Energy cooperatives – summary of training
The growing popularity of energy cooperatives is no coincidence. This platform responds very well to today’s energy needs of private and public sector organisations. It is also supported by numerous concessions and subsidies for good reason. In order to familiarise you with the benefits, risks and formalities associated with this solution, we have prepared and delivered a comprehensive open training course.
On 13th June, the first training seminar was held, co-organised by lawyers from CCLaw and financiers from Assetin, entitled Energy cooperatives – a beneficial solution for enterprises and local authorities. The seminar was a success!
Participants in the session learned, among other things:
- whether an energy cooperative can be a viable solution,
- how the energy cooperative works,
- how, with whom and where to set up an energy cooperative,
- on what terms a municipality can participate in an energy cooperative,
- how to finance the construction of RES installations within a cooperative.
The audience received a complete set of information on the implementation, financing and operation of an energy cooperative. There was no shortage of discussion and answers to any questions from the participants.
We would like to thank all participants for their active participation. We can already announce the next autumn session. We will devote the coming months to developing the training programme and deepening the themes that were of greatest interest to participants.
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