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Co-operative Energy's response to the Government's Community Energy Strategy

Posted on 27 January 2014

Ramsay Dunning, Co-operative Energy's group general manager said: "We are delighted to see that the Government's Community Energy Strategy sets out a significant increase in encouragement and support for the sector. The rapid growth of new, independent generators and suppliers shows that change is well under way. In just two years, Co-operative Energy has acquired over 200,000 customers and we have a real appetite to supply them with more community energy. To date, that has been difficult as there has been so little around, but with this strategy we envisage that changing."

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