Of course, it will be appealed – too much profit (for them, not the village) at stake :
“East Devon councillors have rejected plans for a power plant near Exeter.
Plutus Energy Limited had proposed building 20 generators near Woodbury Business Park in a bid to provide additional power to nearby homes and businesses at peak times.
Campaigners against the plans said the system would be extremely harmful to the environment, pumping out 60,000 tonnes of carbon emissions per year.
Before the meeting, Plutus had told the BBC the development was “not a renewable technology, but an essential component in supporting the increase in renewable and low carbon energy”.
About 100 people attended the meeting which saw it turned down.
A planning report recommended approval of the scheme, with conditions. There were also suggestions the decision be deferred for further investigation.
However, councillors said they had heard enough to be concerned the scheme went against the local plan and against the authority’s declared climate emergency.
Ten councillors refused it, while three voted for a deferral.”