The second PEC AGM was held on 11th November 2015.
On Wednesday 11 November 2015, we held our second Annual General Meetings for both Plymouth Energy Community and PEC Renewables in Plymouth. There was an encouraging turnout and a huge thank-you to all of those members who participated.
PEC’s Chairman, Tim Sydenham started proceedings with a presentation celebrating PEC’s achievements over the last year, current projects and aspirations for the future.
Members officially received the Directors’ report and Audited Financial statements for the year ended 30th June 2015. Bromhead Chartered Accountants were reappointed as the auditors of the company for the ensuing year and directors were authorised to set their remuneration. Two Directors were elected to join the Board by show of hands in accordance with the election policy.
- Christopher Mosey
- Tracey Sherston
Questions & answers
Do PEC’s services extend out of Plymouth? (i.e. Cornwall)
PEC’s core mission is to help Plymouth residents and we do not want to step on the toes of other Community Energy groups in the southwest, however we are open to reaching further afield. Our fuel debt advice service currently covers Devon and Cornwall, our home energy team have been working with retired servicemen in Torpoint and we are starting to explore renewable energy generation outside of the city’s boundary. If you have any suggestions for developing partnerships further afield, please contact us.
I receive a lot of paperwork from PEC, is this necessary?
We encourage as many of our members as possible to save on paper and postage and to receive correspondence by email, however for some this is not possible. Whilst some documentation is required by the laws governing our Community Benefit Society, we also aim to include ALL members in the opportunities available to them.