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Fife Local Energy Masterplan

  The way we generate and use energy has constantly changed. In recent decades it has become the role of the National Grid, gas network, and multinational energy companies to deliver nearly all the energy: heat, electricity and transport fuels. We interact with energy via familiar light switches, gas boilers and petrol stations. In the future, delivery of and demand for energy in Scotland will be transformed. The Scottish Government’s ambition is to see an increasing number of new sustainable energy and district heating networks developed across the country to make the best use of natural energy sources including unused and renewable heat. This can help cut carbon emissions, reduce fuel bills and combat fuel poverty. Energy Masterplanning can assist developers and local authorities plan this process better, provide for ‘future proofing’ for communities and assist in using energy more efficiently.

  • Type:

    Policy Briefing

  • Date:

    31 March 2017

  • Publication Status:

    Published

  • DOI:

    10.14297/enr.2017.000001

  • Library of Congress:

    GE Environmental Sciences

  • Dewey Decimal Classification:

    333 Economics of land & energy

  • Funders:

    Fife Council

Citation

Payne, C., Bell, C., Steen, P., Currie, J., Bros Williamson, J., Stinson, J. & Muschamp, H. (2017). Fife Local Energy Masterplan. Burntisland: Fife Council

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Keywords

Energy, Masterplan, Government,

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