Lewes Electric Car Show

The inaugural Lewes Electric Car Show held on Saturday 21 April and it was a huge success, attracting around 400 members of the public. In total 13 electric and hybrid cars were on display at the event hosted by Transition Town Lewes and local community...

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Smart Meters

What is a smart meter? On its most basic level, a smart meter is an automated energy meter. It records your energy use every half hour and sends the data to your supplier over a secure network, ensuring that you get accurate bills. They are provided with a monitor,...

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Work with us

OVESCO are looking for an organised, self motivated Office Coordinator to support our community energy work in Sussex. JOB TITLE: Office Coordinator BASE: Lewes, East Sussex SALARY: £20,000 pro rata HOURS: 15 hours, ideally worked across Monday, Wednesday and Friday...

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Do you need a new inverter or optimiser?

Welcome to OVESCO’s new monthly blog series on new innovations in renewable technology, and what they mean for you. The first article we have for you is from our Technical Director, Nick Rouse. It answers some common questions domestic solar owners ask about whether...

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Barcombe Energy Group

A partnership between Ovesco and Barcombe Energy Group is one of only three groups in the South-East to have achieved funding from the Local Energy.

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Sunny Solar Schools

Sunny Solar Schools

In 2018 OVESCO invited you to invest in community-owned solar generation for schools in East Sussex. We raised £70,000, and installed 60kW of solar PV via two projects on local schools – St John’s College, Brighton and a second installation at King’s Academy, Ringmer.

Pre-registration.  We are currently pre-registering school roof-tops before March 31st this year when the government’s feed in tariff ends.  If you are part of a school that would like solar panels – at no cost to the school – please get in touch.

We will launch a new community share offer later in 2019.

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Ovesco are pre-registering roof tops of community buildings before the 31st March deadline.
Community Energy groups will then have a year to build any solar projects that they have pre-registered.
If you are part of an organisation that would like to get their roof-top registered, and make the most of the benefits of community energy.  Get in touch.


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