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Suffolk County Council

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… electricity usage to help manage the increasing demands on the electricity grid. Other measures for homes include electric vehicle (EV) charging points and rooftop solar installations, linking into initiatives for transport and clean power. Energy efficiency measures can ease fuel poverty, contributing to a sustainable recovery. Goals Goal 1 – Transition to a fully decarbonised heat supply for homes…

…. Tackling this means removing fossil fuelled vehicles from our roads. The focus will predominantly be on promoting electric vehicles until other zero emission fuels are available, but this does not mean replacing all vehicles. Suffolk is looking to reduce transport demand and encourage a shift to less carbon intensive modes, such as walking, cycling and public transport. As a rural county…

… charging points installed; and the proportion of total car and van fleets that are electric. Carbon emissions reduction potential An assessment of the potential contribution of the three quantifiable low carbon transport goals to achieving carbon neutrality by 2030 suggest that they could reduce total CO2 emissions by: Reducing car use – 3% More efficient freight – 1% Zero emission vehicles

… and behavioural change appear smaller than the impacts of heat decarbonisation or uptake of zero emission vehicles. However, it is important to understand that these are prerequisites for successfully switching from fossil fuels to renewable energy. By 2030, the chart shows an overall reduction of roughly 81%. Most of the residual emissions would be associated with grid electricity which is not expected…

… change Starting Point Current emissions Heat decarbon- isation Zero emissions vehicles Heat decarbon- isation Industrial process efficiency Sustainable Homes Low Carbon Transport % s av in gs v er su s cu rr en t em is si on s Industrial and commercial 2030 2018 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Emissions reductions from electricity grid…


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