SE24 announces three new community energy projects – with support from Community Energy London

Alan Jones, Chair of SE24 “We were delighted to secure funding under the latest round of the Mayor’s community energy fund. This will help fund a solar PV feasibility study at the Charter School North Dulwich as well as provide capital towards the installation of high energy efficiency LED lighting projects in Charter North Dulwich and Charles Dickens Primary School in Borough. These projects will reduce these buildings climate change impact and help reduce energy bills at each school.”

North Dulwich Rooftop Solar

Our grant of £14,250 will allow us to undertake solar feasibility studies on 3 buildings owned by the Charter School North Dulwich. These solar panels would save the school an estimated 22 tonnes of carbon a year. 

LED for Charter School North Dulwich
In the first of our two LED projects, we have been awarded £44,900 to install LED lighting at the Charter School North Dulwich. This upgrade will save the school 24.4 tonnes of carbon a year. The upfront cost of the lighting installation will be funded through a community share offer, which will assist the school in benefiting from financial savings year on year – paying back on a “pay as you save” model. 

LED for Charles Dickens Primary School
In our second LED project, we will use a grant of £11,400 to install LED lighting at Charles Dicken’s Primary School in Southwark. This will save the school 5.74 tonnes of carbon a year.