Woking: Local Sustainable Energy Communities

This paper summarises a practical strategy for a sustainable energy society deriving its initial energy needs from energy efficient low carbon energy resources whilst at the same time establishing a sustainable community energy infrastructure to enable future energy needs to be derived from wholly renewable energy resources via a hydrogen economy within the Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution1 timescales to reduce CO2 emissions by 60% by 2050 and by 80% by 2100.

Woking Borough Council with its unique experience and expertise in local sustainable community energy systems has been able to tease out the real issues and barriers to a sustainable energy future through the actual implementation of such systems, including sustainable and renewable energy systems, fuel cell technology and low carbon transport systems.

1. Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution’s Report: Energy – The Changing Climate – June 2000.

This is the introduction to a report whose main sections appear as articles within this sub-site. By Allan Jones MBE IEng., FIIE Energy Services Manager, Woking Borough Council.
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