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Suffolk County Council

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…. Working together in committing to carbon neutrality, we are providing leadership for the county to move forwards together. Local authorities have influence over other local emissions through their place-making powers and duties. But even then, this only influences around a third of total emissions in the area1. Our journey to carbon neutrality in Suffolk therefore requires action from businesses…

… Tracking progress The key indicators to track progress in tackling carbon emissions from our homes include: the number of heat pumps installed each year; the number of connections to low carbon heat networks in urban areas; proportion of heat demand met by low carbon heat; and average EPC ratings of homes in Suffolk. Carbon emissions reduction potential An assessment of the potential contribution…

… 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…

…. There is a link to reducing water consumption to reduce emissions from water treatment. And sewage heat is already being used to heat greenhouses and some offices. There is also scope for Suffolk businesses to encourage supply chain emissions reductions. Goals Goal 1 – Behavioural change to use less energy in I&C sector Incentives, knowledge sharing and improvements to monitoring and reporting…

… energy use – Goals and priority actions Tracking progress The key indicators to track progress in tackling carbon emissions from the industrial and commercial sector include: the proportion of public sector heat demand met by low carbon heat; the proportion of businesses with adequate insulation; and the utilisation levels of industrial waste heat. Carbon emissions reduction potential…

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