Presentation on theme: "Impact Housing Phil Davies, Heather Lindsay & Janice Nixon."— Presentation transcript:
Impact Housing Phil Davies, Heather Lindsay & Janice Nixon
Solar Photovoltaic Installations-3 days Domestic Heat Pump Installation-3 days Solar Thermal Hot Water Systems-2 days Woodfuel for Planners Intro to Woodland Management Intro to Woodfuel Chainsaw CS30/CS31 Combined Chainsaw Course Woodpellet Visit Eco Visit Guidance on Woodfuel & Burning Woodland Advisory Training Woodland Advisors update External Wall Insulation training for residents
GreenWays-project outcomes Energy Awareness training & support for residents Facilitated 1500 training places & 40+ courses Enabled local organisations to attract national funding & influenced planning policy Served as a catalyst for the development of skills in the green economy & transnational co-operation
Martin Sleath Lake District National Park Authority
Martin Sleath Lake District National Park Authority The Lake District: Area: 2292 km 2 (largest in England) Englands tallest mountain (Scafell Pike - 978m) Englands longest lake (Windermere – 16.8km) Resident population: Visitors: 16 million / year
Martin Sleath Lake District National Park Authority Conserve natural beauty and wildlife Visitors - recreationResident population - economy
Martin Sleath Lake District National Park Authority Property Service: Administers LDNPA properties: hectares (4.3%) properties (1 visitor centre 6 offices 25 car parks 18 public toilets ) CO 2e reduction: o Buildings - power and water o Transport - staff vehicles - public transport o 2006/ /12: -25% 2011/12 – 2014/15: -15%?!
Simon Stainer & Tim Nicholson Natural England
Phil Jardine Britains Energy Coast
West Cumbria Economic Blueprint Launch Event. Friday, June 15 Acting Locally, Thinking Globally TM WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP IS KEY (Public/Private Partnership) Focused on stimulating economic growth West Cumbria Economic Blueprint (Education Sector) Focused on enhancing education, skills & training (Private Sector) Bringing together the West Cumbrian energy supply chain
West Cumbria Economic Blueprint Launch Event. Friday, June 15 Acting Locally, Thinking Globally TM Nuclear energy – general Low carbon manufacturing Specialist manufacturing Export opportunities Inward investment opportunities Knowledge Link-ups i.e universities/ training facilities Licensing opportunities Areas of Interest
Diane Hubbard & Michael Bryan Cumbria Action for Sustainability
Dr Viktor Kouloumpis & Dr patrick QuinlAn University of Cumbria
Research–Dr.Viktor Kouloumpis Life Cycle Assessment Research Hub Intelligent Sustainability Assessment Low Carbon Energy Scenarios Olive Oil Production Waterwheel Offshore Wind Sustainability of Nations/Regions Sustainable Agriculture Biofuels
Richard Dawson Field Studies Council
Deliver a project which will increase energy security and reduce the Centres Carbon emissions by 226 tonnes of CO 2 per annum To improve understanding of low carbon technologies and processes Work with partners to ensure that the Blencathra Centre becomes a low-carbon exemplar, taking a lead on climate change Aims : Renewable Energy-Low Carbon Vision Project Blencathra Centre: Renewable Energy-Low Carbon Vision Project –Field Studies Council
Retrofit agenda- how do we use energy and invest in the infrastructure ?
The Future The Field Studies Council (FSC) is an educational charity committed to inspiring environmental understanding through first-hand experience, installation of these technologies will allow us to expand our education programmes to cover demonstration of renewable energy issues both to our existing clients and to a wider business audience in the rural environment and economy.
The Future The training stage of the project will improve understanding of low carbon technologies and processes across the North West through the delivery of educational and training programmes and benefit: 2-3 Microgeneration businesses Up to 20 Businesses/organisations Up to 100 Outdoor Centres ( 2000 employees) 72 Beneficiaries Training per annum (6 x 12 x 6 = 432 hrs per annum) 100 Beneficiaries Conference per annum (6 x 100 = 600 hrs per annum) 24 Beneficiaries on Tackling Climate Change Courses ( 12 x 2 x 5 x 8 = 960 hrs per annum) 8000 Learning Outcomes for visitors ( 8000 x 1 = 8000 hrs per annum)