Delivering Community Energy in East Sussex

Pop-up Eco Open House in Seaford

Seaford based architectural designer opens their family house to showcase energy efficiency measures.

Watch our video to see how we are ‘Powering Up’ to develop community owned renewables, and ‘Powering Down’ to support net zero.

Our impact

We develop community-owned renewable energy in East Sussex. We want to reduce our local carbon footprint and lower our dependence on imported energy in partnership with schools, businesses and local people.

We create community owned renewable generation assets. So far we have built almost 6MW of solar. We have hundreds of shareholders with hundreds of thousands of pounds invested in community owned renewable energy.

Join us by investing in our projects, supporting new projects and sharing energy saving advice with friends and neighbours

  • 15 roof top & 1 solar farm arrays
  • £1 million towards home micro generation
  • Supported 230 homes to install microgeneration
  • Over 1,000 energy advice calls
  • Educational events for school children and the community
  • Deliver free electricity to 3 local schools/nurseries
  • Cut fuel bills for local schools, businesses & homeowners
  • Mentor new CE groups

Would you like to invest in our work?

Submit your details and we’ll be in touch when our next community share offer arrives.

Free Energy Advice

We have trained energy champions available to offer free energy bill ‘health checks’ and can provide impartial advice and support on home energy usage, tarrifs and check eligibility for financial support.

Contact us at for an appointment or phone 0800 458 9045

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Commercial Rooftop Solar PV

If you are interested in joining OVESCO’s journey in generating local energy, reducing you energy bills and empowering your business, fill out this form and we will be in contact shortly.


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Useful information on energy and energy saving.


Useful resources to help you tackle energy poverty.

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Ouse Valley Solar Farm Logo

The solar farm would generate circa 16 MW, the equivalent to power in excess of 4,000 homes locally and be built over a period of circa four months.

Ashden Award Winner 2014