GM Energy Futures prospectus

Greater Manchester stands on the brink of an energy system transformation, with new business model opportunities, citizen and worker engagement channels, and innovative forms of governance emerging.

We propose Greater Manchester Energy Futures a bold and ambitious, municipal enterprise with the ability to act as convener of new partnerships and initiator of energy and infrastructure projects. Such a company has the potential to radically re-configure the regional energy system for the benefit of citizens, customers, workers and the wider environment, in a way that generates resources for re-investment in services and infrastructure.

Here we collect a series of potential ventures for GM Energy Futures, each prospectus imagines the company at a different stage of its development in the years ahead, allowing the reader to track it progressively extend the scope and scale of its operations as new opportunities emerge and capacity and confidence grows.

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  • Author– Jonathan
  • Date— March 21, 2018
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NEW DATES: Spring 2018 Home Energy Training Programme

Practical training from trusted industry practitioners, learn everything you need to improve your home, making it more comfortable, healthier and greener.

NEW DATES - book now for reduced ticket prices.

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  • Author– Aneaka
  • Date— February 23, 2018
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Energy Efficiency in Your Community!

Lots of Community Energy groups want to get involved in energy efficiency but don't know where to start - we're running a day long conference with Community Energy England with some leading experts in the sector to get people up to speed.

Thursday 19 April 2018, St. Luke's Church, Great Colmore Street, Birmingham B15 2AT

Book here:

The event is focussed on enabling Community Energy organisations and partners to initiate, improve and extend energy efficiency services in their area.


It is focussed on practical skills and applied experience. The day will cover topics such as:

  •  Assessment methodologies
  •  Design as a process
  •  Energy efficiency and fuel poverty
  •  Procurement
  •  Policy
  •  Financing energy efficiency


Speakers confirmed so far:

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  • Author– Jonathan
  • Date— February 22, 2018
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