Community is at the core of Exagen

Our early stage and comprehensive consultations with community groups ensure that we listen to and act upon the needs of local people.

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We listen to, learn from and collaborate with local stakeholders to develop site-specific solutions that take into account the needs of the community, agriculture and nature.

Through our commitment to community engagement, we believe that we can build renewable energy projects that deliver lasting benefits.

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“We partner with landowners and local communities to build next generation energy projects.”

Partnering with British Beekeepers

As a member of the British Beekeepers Association we increase biodiversity potential by inviting local groups to install hives and apiaries on our sites.

Supporting communities

Through providing energy security for new homes and working with local authorities on Climate Action Plans, we aim to make an active contribution to the long-term future of the communities in which we work.

For each project we have a dedicated community fund that’s allocated annually for initiatives that meet local needs. Priority is given to ideas that benefit the community, such as EV charging points, fast fibre optic internet access, community allotments and local  regeneration.

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Other ways we work with communities

01 Effecting energy security for homes through lower cost energy schemes.

02 Supporting local authorities' Climate Change Action Plans.

03 Introducing new public paths to provide improved walking facilities for local people.

04 Providing funds towards the installation of solar panels and/or EV charging facilities on local public facilities.

05 Working with local schools to accommodate educational site visits.

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06 Sponsorship of football, girl guide and other local clubs.

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