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London Borough of Camden

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… through best practice sharing and consultancy services. 9 In 2020-21, collaborate with private landlords and housing associations develop a programme to ensure all rented homes in the borough (including council housing stock) out-perform the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards defined by government. 10 In 2020, deliver a low cost solar panels programme for residents in Camden through Solar…

… deployment with a focus on the fuel poor and community groups. 4 Over 2021-22, through the Camden Climate Change Alliance, develop awareness across privately rented business premises about the benefits of meeting the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards as defined by government. 5 Over 2021-22 complete a feasibility study into the retrofit opportunities on non-domestic council buildings…

… of heat and transport. The most radical and stretching of the three proposals would require an additional £900m of investment by 2030 (significantly beyond Council budgets). It would also require new enabling legislation, unprecedented rates of household energy efficiency improvements, a complete ban on gas boilers and the significant electrification of heat and transport. The modelling…

… carbon emissions can also increase the resilience of communities to future changes in energy prices, for example through the improved energy efficiency of buildings, as well as to the impacts of the climate crisis through increased green infrastructure. The Climate Action Plan is also shaped by the following guiding principles: Evidence based – all actions will be evidence based, ensuring…

… in the borough. More council homes are also being built through the Community Investment Programme. As well as homes, around two-thirds of carbon dioxide emissions in Camden come from “non- domestic” buildings such as offices, schools, universities, and shops - the 3rd highest proportion in London. Just over 10% of homes in Camden are in fuel poverty. Delivering energy efficiency improvements


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