Energy Services for the New Millenium

Background

Woking Borough Council has implemented a series of sustainable energy projects in the past 11 years, including the UK’s first small-scale combined heat and power (CHP)/heat fired absorption chiller system, first local authority private wire residential CHP systems, largest domestic photovoltaic/CHP installations, first local sustainable community energy systems and first fuel cell CHP system, has resulted in savings of nearly £4.9M for the Council and further savings for householders and businesses in the Borough.

The Council is recognised as the most energy efficient local authority in the UK having already achieved an average National Home Energy Rating of NHER 7 for it’s own public sector housing stock and being half way to it’s revised target to increase this still further to NHER 9 as well as maintaining accreditation under the Institute of Energy’s Energy Efficiency Accreditation Scheme since 1995.

In recognition of this pioneering work the Council gained the Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Sustainable Development 2001 in respect of its Energy Services activities in the development of Local Sustainable Community Energy Systems, the only local authority ever to receive a Queen’s Award for Enterprise.

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