Paulc wrote:Jaguar Land Rover are wanting big increases in local infrastructure to provide 12-15 gigawatts of additional power for the new production of electric cars in Coventry.
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Paulc wrote:The planners have wanted to do away with communal gas boilers and encourage developers to install wood pellet boilers.
Paulc wrote:I'm not sure these decisions are political, but one of many cul de sacs the planners have run down over the years, just as we were persuaded to buy diesel cars. Grey water recycling is another example of an idea that sounds good, but in practice proves to be a management nightmare.
Paulc wrote:Every planning application has to have a energy statement produced by some suitably expensive consultant and like most reports can be proven to prove the earth is flat, or whatever you want the report to state.
Paulc wrote:Letter in yesterday's Evening Standard from the Chair of the International DME Association claiming that Dimethyl Ether would be a suitable substitute for diesel.
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