Energy and nuclear sector
National Grid consultation response, Exec 6/12
This report details Copeland Council's response to the first phase of National Grid's North West Coast Connections project in June 2012
Strategic Nuclear & Energy Board
Meeting of the Strategic and Nuclear Energy Board.
The Copeland Big Switch
Tired of high energy bills? Then join the Copeland Big Switch!
Developing renewable energy
Renewable energy is energy that comes from natural resources such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, and geothermal heat, which replenish themselves naturally. As supplies of fossil fuels run down and are not replaced, there will be massive investments in renewable energy.
- National Trust Response to CLG Guidance National Trust Response to CLG Renewables Guidance Implications
- Banks Response to CLG Renewables Guidance Banks Response to CLG Renewables Guidance Implications
- Environment Agency Response to CLG Guidance Environment Agency Response to CLG Renewables Guidance Implications
- Copeland BC Response to CLG Guidance Copeland BC Response to CLG Renewables Guidance Implications
Cumbria Wind Energy SPD
The Cumbria Wind Energy Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) was produced in partnership with Cumbrian Local Authorities and formally adopted by the local planning authorities in Allerdale, Carlisle, Copeland, Eden, South Lakeland and the Lake District National Park. It provides locational guidance for wind farm developments. This SPD was adopted in January 2008.
The Scope for Renewable Energy in Cumbria
Cumbria Vision - The Scope for Renewable Energy in Cumbria (August 2009)
BEC Investment Strategy - Nuclear Topic Paper
Britain's Energy Coast - Investment Strategy - Nuclear Topic Paper (December 2011)
Wind Energy SPD - CBC Adoption Statement
Cumbria Wind Energy SPD - Copeland Borough Council Adoption Statement