Decentralised Energy case studies

Climate East Midlands commissioned the Carbon Trust to run a training programme on Decentralised Energy for local authority planners in 2011/12. This consisted of a series of Masterclasses looking at how different technologies have been utilised in different locations in the East Midlands and the planning issues involved. One of the outputs from the project is a set of Decentralised Energy case studies, which can be downloaded below.

A new case study about the Derwent Hydroelectric Plant has been added to this series in 2014.

File Downloads

Derwent Hydroelectric Plant | (pdf 1.9MB)

Planning for low carbon energy in Central Lincolnshire | (pdf 1.3MB)

Rebecca Adlington swimming centre, Mansfield (heated by Biomass and Ground Source Heat Pumps) | (pdf 754kb)

North Hykeham Energy from Waste Plant (Lincoln) | (pdf 920kb)

District Heating in Leicester | (pdf 1.7MB)

Wind turbine development in Daventry | (pdf 753kb)

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