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City of York Council

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… for the city. Buildings are responsible for 580,000tCO2e a year and is a priority theme for this Strategy and our net zero ambition. Objectives 2.1 Improve energy efficiency in existing buildings Insulating and investing in fabric improvements to reduce energy demand 2.2 Reduce emissions from new buildings Design and build new developments that minimise energy use and emissions 2.3 Move…

… and attract additional investment, whilst being mindful of reduced budgets. 5. Good governance and evidence based planning will guide our actions ahead. Named individuals and organisations will take accountability for delivering actions. We will provide Buildings 2.1 Improve energy efficiency of existing buildings 2.2 Reduce emissions from new buildings 2.3 Move away from fossil fuel…

… Improve process efficiency 5.2 Shift away from fossil fuels 5.3 Grow the green economy 5.4 Increase resilience to climate risks Energy 7.1 Increase renewable energy generation 7.2 Improve energy flexibility and storage 7.3 Support increase in local community energy ownership Governance 8.1 Decide responsibility 8.2 Track action 8.3 Monitor progress 8.4 Report…

… into goods and services that are part of the green economy over the next year. Businesses can take actions that not only reduce carbon emissions but also reduce costs and have a positive impact on society. Steps to reduce energy consumption, influence behaviour change (among employees, customers and networks) and engage local supply chains, supports our net zero ambition, ensures businesses…

… reductions across every sector is the decarbonisation of York’s energy system. Energy, in the form of heat and power, is used across the city by our residential, commercial and institutional buildings as well as in our industrial and agricultural processes. This energy use accounts for 62% of our total carbon emissions. Since 2005, total energy consumption in York has reduced by 22%; and over…

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