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Bristol City Council

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… City Climate Strategy which sets out a framework for a carbon neutral and climate resilient Bristol by 2030. We’re leading on heat decarbonisation by creating the £1billion City Leap Energy Partnership and extending our district heat network. We’re working to reduce emissions from our operations and developing tools that will enable the city to be more resilient to overheating…

… including expanding our heat networks and installing heat pumps. • In addition to establishing the City Leap Energy Partnership, we continue to expand our district heat network at Redcliffe, Old Market, Bedminster, Temple, Ashton Gate, City Centre, Frome Gateway and Spike Island, with numerous buildings connected and a 3 megawatt water source heat pump operating at Castle Park…

… emissions from our buildings, replace their gas heating systems and generate renewable energy, for example by installing more solar panels. We will purchase more green gas in order to move away from using brown gas in council buildings by 2025, whilst we wait for district heat connections and low carbon heating systems to be available. City Through the City Leap Energy Partnership, we…

… will rapidly expand our district heat network to supply low carbon heat to buildings in central areas of the city. Redcliffe district heat network being built. 20 Bristol City Council Climate Emergency Action Plan 2022-2025 Electricity Council Operations We aim for all the electricity and gas which we purchase to be from certified renewable sources, including purchasing from local…


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