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More than 150 people packed into a meeting in Brampton last night to hear about plans for a renewable energy project in the town.
The scheme, by Brampton and Beyond Energy, would generate power for up to 200 homes as part of a community project for the area.
There was public support, but some people are worried about the smell and voiced concerns about the site being too close to homes.
More than 150 people packed into a meeting in Brampton last night to hear a proposal for a renewable energy project in the town.The project would generate energy for up to 200 homes as part of a community project for the area.
Some at the meeting expressed support for the proposal but were concerned that it may be located too near to homes.
People living Brampton near Carlisle, are being urged to have their say on plans for a renewable energy project in the town. It would generate electricity for about 200 homes with profits invested locally. Not everyone's in favour though, as Katie Hunter reports.
A company want in Brampton want to create a plant which will generate renewable energy for the community.
Brampton and Beyond Energy say the anaerobic digestion plant would help the community become more resilient in the future.
They're keen to hear people's views TimothyCoombe@aol.com or 01697748833.
People in Brampton are being urged to have their say on a new renewable energy project.
Brampton and Beyond Energy (BABE) wants to build an anaerobic digestion plant on the Townfoot Industrial estate.
A meeting is being held this evening (Thursday 6th February) at 6.45pm in the community centre.