New: Buy shares as a gift

Our share offer has been extended to December 16 and you can now buy shares as a Christmas gift

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How to join us

How to join us

It is really easy to become a member of The Small Wind Cooperative. Once you have read the Share Offer Document (available on our Downloads page) and are ready to join all you have to do is complete the application form within the document and return it to us using the email or postal address provided.

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Watch the film

Watch the film

Take 3 minutes out and we'll explain everything you need to know about our innovative community energy project and how you can join us.

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Give somebody a wind turbine this Christmas

Give somebody a wind turbine this Christmas

Do you know somebody who would love a wind turbine for Christmas but it's just too big to wrap? Why not buy them a share in our wind co-op - they get to co-own 3 wind turbines in Scotland and Wales and get an projected 6.5% return for 20 years - not many presents will still be giving in 2037!

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Meet the Members

Meet the Members

Neil is the 100th person to join the Small Wind Co-op and was inspired by his friends from Wemyss Bay in Scotland and their determination to help get the project off the ground. Howard and his partner have lived on their smallholding in Llangeitho in Wales for 11 years.

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Support from our MSP

"this initiative will help people to directly support renewable energy in Scotland."

Stuart McMillan MSP Greenock & Inverclyde

Thanks

Many thanks to all our friends who are carrying leaflets, posters or share offer documents: Graham and Jacki at Myriad, Ludlow; Matt at Lembas, Sheffield; Helen at Eye2Eye Fairtrade, Wellingborough; Yvonne at Maes y Meysydd, Aberystwyth; Hannah at The Environment Centre, Swansea; Lois at Harvest, Bristol; Tom at Harvest, Bath; Katie at The Mustard Seed, Faringdon; Daniella at Fairtrade at St Michaels, Oxford; Sheelagh at Brocks Hill Country Park