Exeter Energy Network:
Energy Centre Public Consultation

Consultation open: 11 July– 1st August 2024

Exeter Energy Ltd is developing a heat network for the city centre of Exeter.

The Exeter Energy Network is a vital project which will provide low-carbon heating to large consumers of heat in the city. Exeter Energy are holding a set of public exhibitions in July 2024 to showcase the plans for the proposed Energy Centre, which is proposed to be sited next to Marsh Barton station, near the Water Lane Solar Park.

By connecting to a centralised energy centre, buildings can remove the need for individual gas boilers, with their associated impacts on air quality. It’s a more efficient, and eco-friendly way of heating buildings and it is already used successfully in many countries around the world as well as other cities in the UK.

The public consultation on the Energy Centre is open from 11th July to 1st August 2024.
Two public exhibitions are taking place on:

Thursday 11 July, 11am to 7pm
at Exeter Community Centre,
17 St David’s Hill, Exeter, EX4 3RG

Saturday 13 July, 10am to 2pm
at Exeter College Haven Banks,
Haven Road, Exeter, EX2 8DP

Drop in any time during the sessions to find out more about the Energy Centre. The exhibition will provide an opportunity for the local community to find out more about the project, meet the team and provide feedback.

If you are unable to come to the exhibition sessions, full details will be available on this page from 11th July, where you will be able to find further information on the project and give feedback on the Energy Centre plans.