Biomass / CHP / District Heating Schemes Questionnaire:

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Martock, UK

#1 May 16, 2013
Do you have concerns with nuclear energy or do you think itís a viable solution? If yes, what are your concerns or what do you feel are the advantages over other energy solutions such as renewables or biomass technology? Do you believe Combined Heat and Power Plants should be a mandatory requirement moving forward when approving new Power Station/Energy solutions for
the public amenities? Do you have think micro combined heat and power plants could be a better
solution for residential property moving forward?Do you thinks district heating schemes are a good idea? How do you think we
can adapt/retrofit schemes for our current housing stock or do you believe they only
have potential in terms of new development.Do you think the current support mechanisms offered by the government in
terms of incentives to biomass/CHP producers are attractive enough to encourage
investment needed? Or do you think the current incentives have limitations?

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