What is the Fal Energy Partnership (FEP)?
We are responding to local concerns about rising energy prices and the risky future of energy supply. FEP is a Registered Society (a social enterprise) launched in March 2012. We connect many different groups interested in developing and implementing an integrated sustainable energy action plan for our community.
Click here for our FEP Energy Info Pack.
We recently completed our project that looked into the feasibility of large scale solar PV in the Fal area. Please find below a summary of our report which was presented at our recent AGM. PV feasibility presentation AGM sep 17 … Continue reading
Opportunities for renewable energy in Cornwall, including battery technology, was featured in a recent BBC radio programme Costing the Earth. You can link to it here … Continue reading
Here is the presentation that was given by Caroline Robinson at our recent AGM regarding the exciting new transport policy for Cornwall. We look forward to seeing the results. Engagement – OPTSfC Project Details 28 June 2017 vers 1 … Continue reading
Please join us for our AGM on 21st September 2017 at 7.00pm in Falmouth Council Chamber on The Moor. We will be presenting our recent project report on solar in the Fal area and all are welcome. Contact email@example.com for … Continue reading
A report has been published by the Association for the Conservation of Energy which highlights the need to improve the energy efficiency of the coldest homes in our area in order to reduce the number in our community who live … Continue reading
Last Friday Louise talked about energy democracy and how FEP is trying to bring community-owned electricity to the Fal area with Andy Coote on SourceFM, our local radio station. You can listen again here. Andy presented a great 2 hour … Continue reading
We welcome members old and new to our next meeting on Monday 12th June at 7.00pm at Espressini in Falmouth, where we will be presenting the exciting results of our feasibility study into community owned solar generation in the Fal … Continue reading
Thank you to Cafe Sci, the British Science Association and Falmouth Poly for hosting us recently for our Energy Democracy presentation and subsequent excellent discussion. The presentation slides with notes are available below. Energy democracy presentation … Continue reading
How does 93 turbines and 400 million euros sound? The latest onshore wind farm going up in the Netherlands will be more than 50% larger than the biggest one now standing – and it may be just the beginning. Why … Continue reading
Energy Democracy – how can we achieve it and why is it a good idea for Falmouth? Currently 98% of the £1billion we spend on energy leaves Cornwall: and 15% of households live in fuel poverty. Yet we could be … Continue reading