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In the last few months, with rising bills and increased news coverage we have been forced to think about where our energy comes from and how much we use. At the same time, we know the UK has committed to ambitious climate change targets.

The focus is very often on individual responsibility and the actions and choices we make. Could coming together as a collective help us all to gain faster, cheaper and greater access to renewable sources of energy?

Join Dr Anna Rebmann as she presents a different future. One where communities come together to tackle some of the biggest energy challenges we face today. Hear how communities in the UK are coming together to challenge the norms of our energy systems and be inspired to be your own agent of change!



Dr Anna Rebmann is a Lecturer in Social Entrepreneurship in King’s Business School. Anna’s research focuses on comparative entrepreneurship - how institutions and culture impact on commercial and social entrepreneurs and firm growth. More recently her research has explored how social entrepreneurs influence their local environments and create impact. This has led her to explore how community groups are innovating in the energy system and creating pathways to social as well as environmental impact in the CREDS funded project “Social Entrepreneurship at the Grid Edge”.


This event is part of the Entrepreneurship Institute’s ‘Festival of Disruptive Thinking’, a week-long series of online events (21st – 25th November) showcasing and celebrating the disruptive thinking happening in and around King’s – from pushing forward new ideas, innovating and challenging a status quo. Join us and be inspired to be a change-maker! See other events in the series

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Anna Rebmann

Lecturer in Social Entrepreneurship