is delighted to welcome three new members to her network. We strongly believe that by growing our network, we make sure the voices of citizens and their communities are better heard in the energy sector. Below you can find an overview of our new members.


CommonEn is a non-profit energy community founded in May 2021 in Ioannina, Greece. Through the production of clean and affordable energy, they aim to promote energy democracy, de-escalate energy production, tackle energy poverty and make sustainable use of local energy resources.

Their activities are mainly focused on self-consumption, energy storage and demand-side management, sustainable mobility and energy savings. Moreover, they organise awareness raising campaigns and knowledge-sharing activities.

Currently, they are building two solar parks with a production capacity of 100 kW each.

Common En logo web


Wibee is a Belgian cooperative that aims to facilitate carsharing for small groups via a simple and efficient platform. Members can choose different options to participate in the carsharing: from joining an open group with a shared car for occasional use to sharing their own car or buying one with their neighbours. The groups are based on geographical proximity to make the use of the car easier.

For the moment they have 15 cars shared by 200 members.

Follow Wibee on social media:

Wibee logo web

Green Synergy Cluster

Green Synergy Cluster is a Bulgarian association working towards green energy solutions and energy efficiency. It brings together companies, research entities and public authorities with an interest in the green transition to support their sustainable development. They do this by promoting innovation and cooperation between stakeholders.

Green Synergy Cluster is involved in several European projects around the energy transition and three of its members established an energy community.

Follow Green Synergy Cluster on LinkedIn.

Green Synergy Cluster web