We’re excited to share that this week we signed agreements that add £3.95 million of funding for our community energy projects. This takes the total raised since its November launch to £9 million. This sum is being used to add 9.3 MWp of community-owned solar generation capacity to the UK’s grid. Upon construction of its final array in June 2016 we’ll become the UK’s largest generator of community energy. Our portfolio, including projects under development, includes a 4.6 MWp operational ground array at Puriton. Somerset, around 20 roof-top arrays on community buildings across Bristol, and a 4.2 MWp site at Lawrence Weston, which is starting construction and due for completion in June. This new wave of finance comes from Triodos Bank, Bristol City Council and Social and Sustainable Capital (SASC) and will be used specifically to fund the construction of the Lawrence Weston solar farm. This adds to £2.34 million already raised through crowdfunded bond and share offers, and £2.68 million from Close Brothers Bank. We have two crowdfunded offers currently open for public investment.