CAfE stands for Community Action for Energy, and is a project run by the Energy Savings Trust.
CAfE is a network of people who share an interest in community energy projects and ideas. Membership of the network is free, and includes support on training and sourcing funding opportunities.
David Clubb is an approved assessor for all renewable energy technologies, and has carried out a number of studies in the region. A recent feasibility study generated comments such as:
“This is a very nice report…..I have to say that it is one of the best that I have ever seen, and it will be very useful. I would like to circulate copies to all our committee and with your permission I will also make it available to The North Northumberland Village Hall Consortium ( 35 Village Halls) as an example of the kind of survey and recommendation that is available from your organisation.”
If you would like to receive a free feasibility study for your community project, register your interest with CAfE