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London Borough of Hillingdon

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… is a sector undergoing substantial transformation to a new net zero carbon world, considerable investment is needed to deliver decentralised energy programmes to Opportunity Areas and roll out zero emission networks. Cross boundary collaboration at a West London level in the planning and delivery of future energy infrastructure will be critical. Significant investment in maintaining future water…

… with District Network Operators (DNOs) and National Grid. • Alternative energy sources including renewable heat from ground source heat pumps, air pumps and on-site renewable generation such as solar rooftop PV arrays and thermal reservoirs. Secondary heat sources including utilising waste heat from the underground stations and transport networks can also reduce demand on the grid and reduce carbon

… of housing growth also provides the opportunity to ensure all new buildings are designed to be energy and resource efficient. New development should minimise energy use and facilitate the use of low and zero carbon technologies to help minimise carbon emissions and air pollutants. For existing buildings, energy efficiency retrofit should be the focus. The GLA Climate Risk Mapping should be used…

… and linkages of strategic Green Infrastructure should be valued. The value of West London’s green and blue infrastructure covers a range of benefits including increased property prices, improved physical and mental health, recreational value, temperature regulation and carbon storage, water quality and biodiversity. This value will increase with climate change impacts, bringing increased risk…

emissions. • The land and investment requirements for energy centres and energy storage should be assessed, in addition to the emerging generation and distribution networks, as these represent potential risks to development. • The relevant public sector funding streams to support delivery, including the Green Recovery Challenge Fund, should be identified. Recommendation E1.2: A West London Heat…


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