About SE24


To encourage and develop locally-owned renewable energy projects, and energy conservation measures, so that we can all reduce our dependence on fossil fuels and put money back into the local community to challenge fuel poverty.


SE24 works with ten partner sites across South London.



Our ‘people’s power stations’ are on the roofs of community buildings including three schools, two churches, a sports centres, and a hospice.


We have installed energy saving LED light fittings in three schools in Southwark and are hoping to do so in at least three more schools in 2024.



SE24 has a track record of successful finance raising, beginning with our first projects in 2016. Since then we have had four share offers and it is likely that we will be inviting investment again in 2024. E mail [email protected] to be notified of our next share offer.

WHO’S WHO at SE24?

The founding group included an energy market expert, a chartered surveyor, a planning expert, a solar energy professional and investors with experience of investing in small scale and large scale solar energy generation. The board has since been strengthened by the recruitment of additonal Directors and energy sector professionals.

You can read more about the SE24 leadership and support team here


The founders of SE24 share a common interest in cycling. They form the core of ‘Whoosh’, a Herne Hill cycling group which combines long-distance cycling challenges with charitable fund-raising for community-based causes.

On our training rides through 2013 we found that many of us shared a vision for renewable energy and community energy and in 2014 we decided to pool our resources, skills and investment to set up SE24 (Sustainable Energy for South London) which became a CBS (Community Benefit Society) in 2015.