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 cooperatively-run 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.
At our AGM and following meetings we decided to run a survey to see what kind of potential projects we could pursue that those living in the Fal Network area would support. 12,000 printed copies of this survey are now … Continue reading
Colin Hastings gave us an excellent short talk about the Carbon Buddy Project at FEP’s AGM back in March. Here is their press release: A Standout in the overcrowded field of Climate Change Books If anyone needed a … Continue reading
Press release: Fal Energy Partnership Zoom Annual General Meeting Fal Energy Partnership recently held their 10th year AGM on Zoom. Set up in 2011, Fal Energy has been busy initiating and promoting local renewable energy initiatives. We were very fortunate … Continue reading
Geographer and energy specialist Neil Kitching spoke with us at the Fal Energy Partnership AGM. Here Neil summarises his book, Carbon Choices on the common-sense solutions to our climate and nature crises. The book outlines five common-sense principles to tackle … Continue reading
Draught-proofing external doors can stop a lot of heat from escaping, and won’t cost you much. There are four main areas to consider draught-proofing: keyhole – buy a purpose-made cover that drops a metal disc over the keyhole letterbox – … Continue reading
Fal Energy Partnership is a not for profit, social enterprise, dedicated to increasing local renewable energy. We cover the Falmouth and Penryn Community Network area and already have a successful solar installation on a local community project. Our AGM is … Continue reading
For windows that open, buy draught-proofing strips to stick around the window frame and fill the gap between the window and the frame. There are two types: self-adhesive foam strips – these are cheap and easy to install, but may … Continue reading
Here is the first in our series of Energy Saving Tips: Stop draughts: pull the curtains Keep your home warmer in the cold by pulling the curtains when it gets dark. If thin, line them with curtain insulation wadding – … Continue reading
Pleased to see our Dracaena Centre project installed and want to see more renewables around here? Are you interested in getting more involved in our community? If so, why not become our new Society Secretary? Contact email@example.com for more information.
This year’s AGM will be held at the Dracaena Centre at 4.00pm on Saturday 27th October. This is after their 10th Anniversary Open Day when we will be celebrating the completion of our joint solar project. All are welcome. … Continue reading