Guidance Note for the Renewable and Low Carbon Energy Generation in North Somerset Supplementary Planning Document

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Deleted User 20 Jun 2013

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  • Comment ID: 8048833//1
  • Status: Accepted
Seems reasonable and acceptable.
Deleted User 19 Jun 2013

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  • Comment ID: 8328673//1
  • Status: Accepted
I was a bit amazed to read the estimate of 15ha for a 5MW ground based PV scheme and wonder if this was a mistake: we have an estimate from Solarsense for a 150kW ground-based scheme that would occupy about 1/3 acre and scaling up that gives about 5 ha for a 5MW scheme.
Deleted User 17 Jun 2013

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  • Comment ID: 8048193//1
  • Status: Accepted
With regards to 'renewable' forms of power generation, will the study consider ALL forms of renewable power, I.E. apart from the usual 'wind or solar farms', wave electric generation from the Bristol Channel or pump and gravity generation.
Deleted User 14 Jun 2013

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  • Comment ID: 1007137//1
  • Status: Accepted
All seems very suitable
Deleted User 14 Jun 2013

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  • Comment ID: 1414849//1
  • Status: Accepted
It all seems reasonable in the face of the EU directive.However I think that your time and costs would be better employed if you were to put your weight behind the movement towards repealing the 2008 Climate Change Act .There is now undisputed evidence that suggests that climate change is a natural occurrence.The human race cannot fight nature and we would be foolish to try and do so and bankrupt the country. If the question is really about sustainable energy then we have the answer right on ou
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