Forest of Dean Energy Team


sustainable energy for the environment, community and economy

The Energy Team

Forest of Dean Energy Team is part of a network of Regional Energy Agencies across Europe. These agencies are working to achieve European targets for reducing carbon dioxide emissions and developing sustainable energy practices through regional energy management.

The Energy Team works across all sectors with local authorities, businesses, the local community and the energy industry. The region we cover is the Forest of Dean District and the adjoining Wye Valley.

Energy use can be improved through:

To find out more about sustainable energy in the Forest of Dean use the Links below:


A Guide to Energy in the Forest

Energy Team Newsletter

The Energy Team is working in three target areas:
Information, Advice and
Awareness Raising
- improving access to information
- promoting good practice - motivating action
Planning and Integration - integrating energy into local policies
- maximising use of local resources
- energy efficiency and renewable energy in new developments
Implementation and Incentives - overcoming barriers to sustainable energy
- schemes to deliver energy efficiency
- practical projects and technology demonstration

For more information, comments or queries E-mail us on:
[email protected]

or contact us at :
Forest of Dean Energy Team
Council Offices, High Street
Coleford, Glos.
GL16 8HG
Tel: 01594 812272  

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The Energy Team is part of a European partnership project with energy agencies in :

Skaraborg, Sweden

Newark and Sherwood, UK

The Energy Team is a non-profit making organisation sponsored by the European Commission’s SAVE II programme, Forest of Dean District Council and the Rural Development Commission.

European Commission

Forest of Dean District Council

Rural Development Commission

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