Examples of Completed Work
The Next GenerationThe Environmentalist, October 2013Written by Jerome BaddleyJerome asks whether it is time to update the definition of sustainable development. Find the article in the regular 'Viewpoint' section,page 33.
In 2012 Nottingham Energy Partnership was successful in securing LEAF funding for two contrasting areas in Derby; Normanton and Allestree.
The Local Energy Assessment Fund support communities across England and Wales to play an active role in the development of a low carbon society where energy supply is both secure and affordable. The fund helps to understand where improvements in energy efficiency and local deployment of renewable energy, alongside demonstrations of solid wall insulation can be made.
The fund helps communities prepare for new opportunities in sustainable energy and climate change arising from the Green Deal, Renewable Heat Incentive and Feed in Tariffs.
See below LEAF reports for Allestree and Normanton, written by Jeorme Baddley.
Carbon Saint or Carbuncle?
CIWM (Chartered Institution of Wastes Management), November 2011
written by Jerome Baddley
Following on from Jerome's article in CIWM's July issue, he asks whether changing waste mix continues to have the same impact on EfW's carbon efficiency in October's issue.
Energy from Waste: A Nottingham Perspective
CIWM (Chartered Institution of Wastes Management), June 2011
Written by Jerome Baddley
With Nottingham's incinerator having received planning permission to extend it's operating capacity from 150Kt to 250Kt MSW per annum, sustainable energy manager, Jerome Baddley, discusses the varying responses to the development.
The Bio Oil Game
The Environmentalist, February 2010
written by Jerome Baddley
Bio-oils have to be one of the more complex areas of carbon accounting, which is probably why almost everyone is getting it wrong.
Biodiesel, pure plant oil or bio-oils are big business. With peak oil round the corner and the ever increasing government targets for carbon and renewable energy, developers are desperate for low capital cost renewable energy solutions to fulfill their brief.
Report on REA element of the ‘Energy in NHS Estates’ pilot - NHS E.Midlands Carbon Reduction ProjectRead more
Energy in Estates: AMR Guidance Document - NHS E.Midlands Carbon Reduction Project Phase 2Read more
The case for Voltage Optimisation in NHS sites - NHS E.Midlands Carbon Reduction Project Phase 2
July 2013: Read Power Perfectors response to the NHS Voltage Optimisation Report.
View the Power Perfector Analysis.
Report on Sustainable Procurement Training - NHS E.Midlands Carbon Reduction Project Phase 2Read more
Carbon, Cost and Care - Environmental impacts of residential social care in UKRead more
NHS East Midlands Carbon Reduction Project, Phase 1
We were commissioned to produce the full Carbon footprint for the NHS in the East Midlands, comprising 24 Trusts and covering buildings, travel, waste, water and procurement.
Guidelines for a Renewable Energy projectRead more
NHS Nottinghamshire County Carbon Management PlanRead more
NHS Nottingham City Carbon Management PlanRead more
The 2020 Nottingham Sustainable Energy Strategy
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