Wickwar South Gloucestershire

Community Information

Wickwar is a village and civil parish in South Gloucestershire, England, located between Chipping Sodbury and Charfield. It is famous for its football club and its high street. At the 2001 census, the parish had a population of 1,943.[1] The Wickwar brewery is a popular local producer of cask ale. The village is on the main Bristol–Birmingham railway line, and once had a station, but this close...more
Wickwar is a village and civil parish in South Gloucestershire, England, located between Chipping Sodbury and Charfield. It is famous for its football club and its high street. At the 2001 census, the parish had a population of 1,943.[1] The Wickwar brewery is a popular local producer of cask ale. The village is on the main Bristol–Birmingham railway line, and once had a station, but this closed in January 1965. To the south, the line passes through a tunnel 1,401 yards (1,281 m) long. Wickwar also lies near to the source of the Little Avon River, which rises in woodland to the east.

Energy Demand - 2012

The breakdown of the region's energy consumption by kWh (units of energy). Click 'Learn More' to see the baseline demand by cost or CO2 or to see previous year's baselines. 

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Energy demand over time

Renewable Energy Potential

How much energy could we generate by renewables like solar panels or wind turbines.  This shows the maximum achievable and how much of this has actually been identified in real projects.  The pie chart shows the mix in capacity (kW).

Wickwar haven't added any Renewable Energy potential yet.

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This graph shows the community's annual energy usage (per meter) compared to the regional and national averages.  Full users may click the 'Learn More' button to compare the community against all other communities in the Local Authority area.

Community Energy Statistics

Population 1,978
Households 709
Area 1,381 ha

Total Annual Energy Use - 2012

Consumption 13GWh
Cost £949.08k
CO2 3.43kt

Per Capita Energy Use - 2012

Consumption 7MWh
Cost £479.82
CO2 1.73t

Identified Savings/Generation

Maximum energy efficiency savings 0kWh
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Central Heating Types

A breakdown of central heating types taken from the 2011 census. Click learn more to see a larger version.

Energy use reduction plan

Wickwar's energy use reduction plan. Calculated using the potentials for renewables and energy efficiency below.

Energy Efficiency Potential

How much energy could we save by energy efficiency technologies like insulation or heat pumps.  This shows the maximum achivable and how much of this has actually been identified in real projects.  The pie chart shows the mix in savings (kWh).

Wickwar haven't added any Energy Efficiency potential yet.