In neighbourhoods, the number of energy generators are growing. A main reason for this being the rise in people's energy needs and the possibility of local energy production. Future scenarios involve people's choices of energy type (mostly green) as well as sharing energy among neighbours. This article investigates the use of spatial services applied to a decentralised green energy management system. Spatial services are a new type of bio-inspired services spreading geographically across dispersed devices. They are agent-based and suitable for dynamically changing scenarios. We prototyped, implemented and deployed an energy management scenario involving a peer to peer innovative energy management system and a self-adaptive system. Preliminary results show the feasibility of the envisaged scenarios. Future work include investigating advanced peer to peer scenarios as well as enhancing current spatial services with reinforcement learning.