Want to install solar panels at Rosaline Hall to reduce carbon footprint
The organisation is currently supporting 500 people in the community
Fulham Good Neighbours is currently seeking to crowd fund the installation of solar panels at its community centre Rosaline Hall.
The deadline for contributions is approaching and they need to raise nearly £22,000 to fund the project which will reduce its carbon footprint, promote sustainable energy use into the future and enable it to reinvest energy bill savings in community projects.
So far 51 people have donated a total of £5,800 just over a quarter of the amount needed.
The award winning charity has supported elderly people in the community since 1966 and currently is helping almost 500 older and disabled people a year with the aid of 100 local volunteers.
It has secured £5,025 grant funding from the Greater London Authority’s 'London Community Energy Fund' for the development stage of the project. Additional funding is now required for the capital costs.
They would like to install 12 solar panels which it is estimated will reduce energy requirements by nearly 4,000 kWh a year leading to a saving of over £11,000 within 25 years.
Community training would also be provided to maintain the longevity of the panels and associated mechanisms.
To learn more and make a donation visit its page on the Space Hive web site.
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January 10, 2022