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Awel Aman Tawe (AAT)

76-78 Heol Gwilym
United Kingdom (UK)
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Awel Aman Tawe (AAT), a community energy charity which has been operating for 21 years. Our prime drivers are tackling climate change, job creation, retaining wealth in the Welsh economy and engaging people in energy. We have a strong reputation for delivery of education, arts and engagement. We have set up two coops:

• Awel Co-op, is a 4.7MW community wind farm which was commissioned in Jan 2017. It was funded by a £5.25m loan from Triodos Bank and a £3m community share offer. The annual turnover is £1.2m.

• Egni Co-op develops rooftop solar on schools, businesses and community buildings. It has installed more than 4MWp on nearly sites in Wales. Egni has raised £4m from a community share offer and £2.12m from the Development Bank of Wales to fund the installs which are ongoing

We are also developing Hwb y Gors, a low carbon social enterprise, arts and education venue in the Cwmgors, north of Swansea. Hwb y Gors is in the former primary school and is being funded by the Lottery, Welsh Government and Awel Aman Tawe itself.

We have over 1,500 direct members and over 20,000 members (via local community organisations) of our two renewable energy co-ops. In 2019, Awel Aman Tawe was recognised as Environmental Organisation of the Year in the Social Enterprise UK Awards and Egni won Outstanding Renewable Energy Project in an award sponsored by Welsh Government.

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