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London Borough of Croydon

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…. Croydon has high a high proportion of properties with poor energy effciency standards, meaning there is great potential to reduce carbon emissions from this sector. A detailed analysis of energy effciency installations since 2005 and potential measures to 2015 has been carried out. So far partners within the ECCP have enabled a saving of 6.13Kt/CO2/yr as a result of cavity wall, loft and top up loft…

… installation measures in both private and council owned properties. Creative Environmental Networks (CEN) has equated that there are a further 48,701 potential measures in the borough for cavity wall, loft and top up loft insulation which we plan to complete by 2015. RE:NEW (explained in Chapter 8) will be launched in the Autumn 2010, starting a series of area-based home energy effciency retroft…

… of the Energy Saving Trust. The council also provides advice to residents within council owned properties. Croydon Council has established a good relationship with British Gas, specifcally introducing the British Gas Home Insulation Scheme in March 2006 through which residents were initially offered a £50 discount on their council tax if they insulated their homes, however, this was updated in 2007…


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