For our State of the Network Report we look back at defining moments over the past five years with a short film featuring local leaders like Mayor Andy Burnham and Cllr Susan Aitken. We also have an accompanying mini report, and delve into our members' actions and ambitions on climate and clean air.

Rural attitudes to climate change

UK100
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Climate Outreach
February 2021
Rural communities are more receptive to renewable energy generation than their urban counterparts, according to research commissioned by the UK100’s Countryside Climate Network.

Resilient Recovery Taskforce brochure

Jason Torrance
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UK100
September 2020
For a green recovery to happen, we have to reskill and readjust how society operates. Download this brochure to find out more about the UK100 Resilient Recovery Task Force.

Accelerating the Rate of Investment in Local Energy Projects - Summary Report

Polly Billington, Charles Abel Smith, Malcolm Ball
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UK100
Siemens
July 2020
Our transition to a Net Zero economy requires a fundamental change in the way our energy system operates. Our switch to renewable generation requires us to develop a balanced energy system which combines a mix of large-scale power generation with local decentralised energy systems.

Accelerating the Rate of Investment in Local Energy Projects

Polly Billington, Charles Abel Smith, Malcolm Ball
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UK100
Siemens
July 2020
Our transition to a Net Zero economy requires a fundamental change in the way our energy system operates. Our switch to renewable generation requires us to develop a balanced energy system which combines a mix of large-scale power generation with local decentralised energy systems.

Establishing Local Authority JVs for Energy

Jonathan Ward, Ellen Cooper-Tydeman, Michael Gallagher
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Nottingham City Council
May 2020
A high-level approach to the consideration, development and opportunity of Joint Ventures (JV) for public/private partnerships in energy projects. Developing a mutually beneficial relationship between the public and private sector working on energy-related projects is expected to become increasingly critical.

Financing the local clean energy transition

Polly Billington, Andy Gouldson
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UK100
Leeds Climate Commission
BEIS
February 2019
Every area of the UK has the potential to develop clean, local energy projects that deliver better homes, improved transport, high quality jobs, carbon reductions and long-term financial returns. Local authorities are key to making this happen.