Energy and water
The energy and water we use in our homes and at work is often taken for granted with the expectation that such services will always be there by either a flick of a switch or a turn of a tap.
Opportunities exist through the Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Project to look at the demand and provision of energy and water services in a different way. An increased use of water and energy efficiency measures in domestic and commercial properties is an important part of this approach alongside new ways of generating energy and treating/recycling water.
The recent studies examine the June 2010 Draft Whitehill & Bordon Masterplan Framework and provide an assessment of the constraints and opportunities associated with the planning and delivery of the project over the next 20 years.
For further information please view the documents below:
- Woodfuel Supply Summary Report July 2011
- 120928 Heathland Biomass Potential Study
- Energy Feasibility Study
- Energy Services and Delivery Study
- Outline Water Cycle Study
- Detailed Water Cycle Study