Energy strategy

East Hampshire District Council created the energy strategy in November 2014.

The energy strategy will help us deliver a low-carbon, energy efficient, economically vibrant community.

It builds on the Corporate Strategy and the Joint Core Strategy, also known as the Local Plan, that will shape and guide development in East Hampshire to 2028.

Greenhouse gas report

Climate change is becoming increasingly more important at the local and national level. Since 2011 local authorities have been required by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC), now the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS), to measure and report their greenhouse gas emissions.

Home Energy Conservation Act (HECA) 1995 report

Under the Home Energy Conservation Act 1995, we have a duty to publish a report about what we are doing to help with home energy conservation in East Hampshire.

The report must give details of what progress has been made and what plans there are for further improvements.

Renewable heat studies

A renewable heat mapping exercise and a series of feasibility studies funded in part by the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and the Heat Network Delivery Unit (HNDU) were conducted in 2016. This report identifies potential sites and provides technical and financial information.

Electric vehicles and charge points

Working with a partner, the council has installed Rapid (Genie Point) EV charge-points in Petersfield, Alton and at Liphook services on the A3 north bound.

East Hampshire District Council has two electric vehicles and uses the charge points at Penns Place for operational purposes. The switch to electric vehicles is saving cash and carbon for the council.

There are always two additional charge points available for use by the public. Please visit Zap Map for live availability and more information about this charge point location and tariff.