BetaTalk - The Renewable Energy and Low Carbon Heating Podcast

Community Energy Projects, Energy Hubs & Local Area Energy Plans

February 17, 2021 Nathan Gambling BetaTeach Season 3 Episode 8
BetaTalk - The Renewable Energy and Low Carbon Heating Podcast
Community Energy Projects, Energy Hubs & Local Area Energy Plans
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BetaTalk - The Renewable Energy and Low Carbon Heating Podcast
Community Energy Projects, Energy Hubs & Local Area Energy Plans
Feb 17, 2021 Season 3 Episode 8
Nathan Gambling BetaTeach

Local Area Energy Plans are something this seasons sponsors Energy Systems Catapult are keen to promote. Different parts of the country will require different stratagies to decarbonise heat, distribute power and organise transport. In the episode Nathan talks to community hero John Talylor who is involved with Greater South East Energy Hub, one of the five energy hubs  across the country. Energy Hubs are made up of local enterprise partnerships such as New Anglia in Nathan's region. 

John discusses what funding is available to local communities (e.g. Rural Community Energy Fund) and who can access it. 

John knows his stuff, he really does and it was great for Nathan to learn more about how regional energy stratagies are in a way the more localised version of the National Carbon budgets the CCC work on.

A few local projects such as Swaffham Prior which is looking at having a heat network are discussed as well as UK Power Network and their work on future energy scenarios.

Great episode.

Show Notes

Local Area Energy Plans are something this seasons sponsors Energy Systems Catapult are keen to promote. Different parts of the country will require different stratagies to decarbonise heat, distribute power and organise transport. In the episode Nathan talks to community hero John Talylor who is involved with Greater South East Energy Hub, one of the five energy hubs  across the country. Energy Hubs are made up of local enterprise partnerships such as New Anglia in Nathan's region. 

John discusses what funding is available to local communities (e.g. Rural Community Energy Fund) and who can access it. 

John knows his stuff, he really does and it was great for Nathan to learn more about how regional energy stratagies are in a way the more localised version of the National Carbon budgets the CCC work on.

A few local projects such as Swaffham Prior which is looking at having a heat network are discussed as well as UK Power Network and their work on future energy scenarios.

Great episode.