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Royal Borough of Greenwich

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… for 64% of emissions in Greenwich in 2019. Emissions from homes alone were 41% of the borough’s total. Reducing these emissions will involve a combination of: • making buildings more energy efficient • replacing fossil fuel heating systems with low carbon alternatives • deployment of renewable energy and district heat networks Progress so far We are not starting from scratch…

… of flats since 2016 and further installations are planned. • We supported South East London Community Energy (SELCE) to install solar PV panels on borough’s schools (in 2016) and Leisure centres (in 2020). Programme development • Make the energy systems we run in council housing smart and sustainable a. Explore the potential for connections to district heat networks b. Develop…

District Heating feasibility study by end 2020 to inform a review of the Local Plan, aiming to phase out the use of gas CHP as an energy source for new heat networks and to strengthen connection policies. Programme development • Consider options for future investments in biogas or renewables electricity, to offset remaining emissions and support decarbonisation of the gas…

…/ electricity grid. • Prepare to initiate future District Heating Networks by engaging with potential partners and developing capabilities Facilitating wider change 22 Greenwich Carbon Neutral Plan 2021- 2030 DR AF T 4 £ 4.5 Circular Economy The borough’s emissions from the disposal of waste were 4 kt CO2 in 2019, 0.6% of its total greenhouse gas emissions. Although this a relatively…


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