The Decarbonising Cambridge study is being undertaken by energy consultants Element Energy and town planning experts Terence O’Rourke on behalf of the City Council. The study will provide part of the evidence base from which the City Council will develop policies aimed at controlling carbon emissions from new developments and increasing the level of local renewable energy supply. These policies will form part of the emerging Local Development Framework, the key set of documents that will influence the shape of Cambridge’s future growth.
We would appreciate your participation in a stakeholder workshop, to be held on 8th February. This workshop will be an opportunity for the views of local stakeholders to be fed into this important study.
The key aims of the workshop are to:
1) Identify opportunities for the creation of low carbon energy infrastructure, for example district heating networks.
2) Identify and address the principal barriers to low carbon energy and building development projects in Cambridge.
3) Determine the potential impact of local planning policies on the delivery of new development.
4) Gather input on potential mechanisms to overcome the barriers identified.
To confirm attendance to this event, please email email@example.com
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