TCPA and partners have published Community Energy: Planning, Development and Delivery, a useful guide for communities in developing their own decentralised energy projects.
Over 60% of the primary energy in fuel is wasted as unwanted heat at power stations. If electricity is generated closer to densely populated areas, this wasted heat can be used to heat buildings through heat networks. This arrangement is called ‘decentralised energy’. More and more private and public developers, local authorities, landowners, building operators and communities are becoming ‘project developers’. This guide aims to support them in this role.
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