CLIMATE CHANGE IS OUR BUSINESS
PAD-CIC is a “not-for-profit”, Community Interest Company developing innovative, community-led and managed renewable energy, conservation, and sustainable food solutions which help to solve many challenges in our society
Regionally, Nationally, & Internationally.
ONE COMMUNITY AT A TIME!
We partner with like-minded commercial partners, communities, and individuals to contribute to the health and wellbeing of people in our community.
Our CEO Mark Fenty presented twice “live” at COP 26 championing innovative community-led renewable energy and conservation projects.
Communities throughout the world are already contributing to net zero carbon initiatives which address critical environmental and biodiversity issues and provide untold social and economical benefits.
Regional and National governments need to make critical policy changes and provide funding which would allow and empower communities to develop innovative small scale, modular, scaleable renewable energy projects to tackle climate change.
We need to educate consumers “at risk” of fuel poverty that positive behavioural changes, retrofitting, and how their use of energy efficient appliances can all help to reduce bills.
Benefits to the community
- Our model of community co-designed and co-managed innovative projects, fosters an active, healthier, more enpowered and economically resilient community
- We will deliver “hands on” educational projects developing transferable skill sets around traditional and cutting edge renewable energy technologies. We hope to engage, enrich and inspire our visitors towards a career pathway in this fast emerging sector
- We will develop the regions first small scale waste to energy to sustainable food growing project demonstrating a circular economy model which reduced landfil and creates energy for social benefit
Humberston Eco Conservation Centre is a 15 acre “off-grid” rural site which will use and showcase a mix of traditional and cutting edge renewable energy technologies.
Supporting education and projects that promote conservation and wildlife, visitors will better understand how science can support a healthy ecosystem for our plants, wildlife and the insects that live in it
We work with like-minded commercial partners to help develop and deliver on our projects, making a difference to our local communities and our planet.
As a not-for-profit, we rely on help from our volunteers and donations to help us make a difference to our planet.
We are always on the lookout for commercial partners with businesses or interest in the renewables and conservation sectors.
Our volunteers work with us to help deliver on our projects. The HECC is co-designed and co-managed by our community, helping to make the place we live better for us and future generations.
Interested in becoming one of our commercial partners?
Get in touch with us today!