As summer draws to a close, so does the share offer from Wiltshire Wildlife Trust and Bath & West Community Energy’s new renewable energy enterprise, Wiltshire Wildlife Community Energy (WWCE), using solar pv.
WWCE is a partnership between the Trust and Bath & West Community Energy (BWCE). It is an independent community enterprise, set up to develop, finance and operate a community owned renewable energy project, making use of land owned by Wiltshire Wildlife Trust.
Leading the project, the Trust’s project officer, Steve Webb said “It’s not just the days that are getting shorter, you are running out of time to grab your chance to support wildlife while making a return on your investment.
"We have been delighted with the take up of our offer so far but there is still time to get in before the close at 5pm on 15 September. I would encourage people who are still mulling the offer over to grab this opportunity. If you haven’t already downloaded the brochure and offer, go to our website, www.wiltshirewildlife.org and click on the offer. ”
To find out more about the company, and to talk to the representatives from the Trust and BWCE, come along to one of the following events, from 5pm to 8pm:
· Tuesday, 3 September: Lower Moor Farm visitor centre.
· Wednesday, 4 September: Langford Lakes visitor centre.
· Thursday, 5 September: Wiltshire Wildlife Trust headquarters, Elm Tree Court, Devizes.
Harnessing the power of the sun with solar arrays, pictured by Ryan Tabor, WWT