Developing a sustainable energy masterplan strategy for the Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone
A review of the available options for installing low and zero carbon energy supply technologies within the Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone
Commissioned by Bristol City Council
Bristol City Council commissioned CSE in 2014 to develop the basis for a sustainable energy masterplan for the Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone.
This special development area covers approximately 70 hectares of land in central Bristol. It formed one of the largest urban regeneration projects then underway in the UK. It consists of a mixture of commercial, public sector and residential buildings.
The aim of the study was to review the available options for installing low and zero carbon energy supply technologies within the zone at both micro and district scale. It was also to provide recommendations for their effective delivery in order to meet the aspirations of the council and partners that the Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone becomes a zero carbon development.