We are delighted you are considering becoming a shareholder of Bradford Community Energy.

As a shareholder, you’ll be joining others in our cooperative who are using their savings to make a positive difference to our community and our environment.
To begin your application please download and read the offer prospectus before completing the form below.

Please make sure that you have read through our Offer Document and understand the Terms and Conditions involved.

Share Offer Document

To become an investor in Bradford Community Energy (BCE) please submit your details below.

Each share in BCE is worth £1. The minimum investment amount is £100 (100 shares) and the maximum is £22,000 (22,000 shares).

As part of your submission don’t forget to forward payment, using your Surname and Date of Birth as reference (i.e. KHAN1Jan2002),
by BACS or cheque.


Account name: Bradford Community Energy

Sort code: 08-92-99

Account Number: 6595 2847

Cheques made out to:

Bradford Community Energy

With your reference on the back (i.e. KHAN1Jan2002)

Posted to: Bradford Community Energy, Park Lane Centre, Park Lane, Bradford BD5 0JN


Thank you for supporting the community energy revolution.

    Nominee Appointment Form

    You can nominate a person to whom you wish your shares to be transferred on your death. We will respect those wishes, so far as the law and our Rules permit.


    Additional details for application on behalf of an organisation


    To make a payment and complete your application please choose from one of the following options

    Payment Reference (Surname and Date of Birth, i.e. ALI4July2001)

    Cheques must be drawn on a UK bank account, made payable to Bradford Community Energy, and sent to:

    Bradford Community Energy, Park Lane Centre, Park Lane, Bradford BD5 0JN

    Don’t forget to put your payment reference on the back of the cheque.

    BACS payments/ bank transfers must be made to:

    Bradford Community Energy
    Sort Code: 08-92-99
    Account No: 6595 2847

    Please provide details of the bank account into which interest payments can be made:

    Please remember that our investments are not covered by the UK’s Financial Services Compensation Scheme, and that prospective investors should be aware that the value of the shares, which will not be quoted, cannot go up, but can go down. In addition, there is no certainty that investors will get back the full amount they invest.