Large scale renewable energy and storage in Cambridge

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Cambridge City Council are leading the way to net zero carbon emissions by investing in an extensive asset portfolio to develop innovative renewable energy projects

Cambridgeshire’s ambition is to have net zero carbon emissions. Core to this is the transition to renewable energy supplies, and a shift from our fossil-fuel based society.

Leading the way, Cambridge City Council are investing in an extensive asset portfolio to develop innovative renewable energy projects, which supply green power or heat to the site, sells excess to local business or supply the electricity grid. These projects help to deliver their ambition while securing long term income streams for front line services.

The large projects they develop are based on using the newest technologies and innovative technological set-ups to maximize the potential generation and revenues from our investment.

These include:

  • Solar parks 
  • Energy storage 
  • Smart energy infrastructure 

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