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Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Borough Council

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… that the limited amount of emissions remaining at 2030 will be offset by local tree-planting and biodiversity programmes or renewable energy installations, which are a more reliable and accurate option. 10. It is recommended that the Climate Change Reserve be replenished as current funds are fully allocated to energy saving projects. To fund feasibility studies for energy-efficient retrofit…

… electricity from zero-carbon renewable sources  Assess the energy efficiency of Council buildings  Review energy project funding options  Install energy saving measures in retained Council buildings  Install renewable energy measures in retained Council buildings BCP Council will work with Partners to:  Continue the Local Energy Action Partnership scheme to help residents save energy…

… of buildings and renewable energy installations a sum of £120k is requested. 11. In addition, the ‘Salix’ fund to loan Council services funds to carry out energy improvements is near-fully spent and a top-up of a further £120k is sought (this is then match-funded by Government). Summary of financial implications 12. Achieving the recommendations contained in the Draft Climate &…

… Emissions’ (BEIS, 2019) confirms that the Government is aligned with most of the CCC’s recommendations. It states that the Government has allocated £2bn to decarbonisation projects since the ‘net zero by 2050’ target amendment was ratified, much of it to the areas of hydrogen, carbon capture and green finance. Action is promised on the built environment, specifically commercial building energy

… target. In addition to addressing climate change, there are other reasons for creating a low carbon area: Economy: There are clear economic advantages to reducing energy use. Place- based Climate Action Network (PCAN) reports from 2017 estimate that the BCP area spent £610 million on energy and fuel, of which £119 million could have been saved if available energy efficiency and low carbon…


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