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Cherwell District Council

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…, staff and our partners are going to see a very different council. Virtual meetings will be the norm and, through encouraging active travel and pool vehicles, travel by fossil fuelled vehicles will be the exception. Zero c arbon 6 Carbon neutral council 2 Take action now • Best practice building design standards adopted • Rigorous energy management practice introduced • Virtual meetings…

… delivery • Local battery storage, flexibility and peer to peer trading to improve business cases • Energy service contracts and innovative investment models • Offsetting that delivers local social value. Applying the energy hierarchy Energy saving Energy efficient Alternative fuel Generate Buy zero carbon power Offset 7 Enabling a zero carbon Cherwell by 2030 3 our vision…

… is to shape a thriving cherwell The date for this ambitious target is in advance of both national policy and the Oxfordshire Energy strategy. We will do our part to achieve a zero carbon district by 2030 and lead through example. Given the council’s emissions account for 0.4% of the overall districts’ emissions, we must also recognise our significant influence and encourage change in others, whilst…

… Plan 2050 and the Oxfordshire Local Connectivity and Transport Plan 5. working… 8 Enabling a zero carbon Cherwell by 2030 The Oxfordshire Energy Strategy 3 Taking this further • Increase in commercial and residential solar power in the district • Facilitate and encourage electric taxis • Investigate ways of carbon capture to ensure local businesses benefit • Encourage improvements…

…% heating to be renewable New housing to meet the highest energy standards Alongside a range of local partners Cherwell District Council is a signatory to OxLEP’s Oxfordshire Energy Strategy. No single partner owns all the workstreams in the energy strategy. The low carbon investment required is estimated at £300m annually with the potential to add £1.35bn and 11,000 jobs to the Oxfordshire…

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