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Suffolk County Council

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… that there is significant potential for new renewable energy development in Suffolk. Goals Goal 1 – Grow renewable energy capacity in Suffolk Supportive energy planning policies in Local Plans will help create a positive framework for both commercial developers and communities to bring forward new renewable energy projects. Goal 2 – A smart and flexible grid Even allowing for energy efficiency measures, demand…

… by encouraging people to reduce their travel, use (low carbon) public transport where possible and replace petrol and diesel fuelled vehicles with zero carbon vehicles. 3 industry needs to reduce its energy use and switch to zero carbon fuels such as solar, wind and hydrogen. 4 electricity supply needs to become zero carbon, switching generation from fossil fuels to renewable energy technologies…

… such as solar and wind. The Suffolk Climate Emergency Plan OUR JOURNEY TO CARBON NEUTRALITY 5 The approach – sectors, goals and priority actions We have identified over 100 actions to work towards achieving carbon neutrality, spread across five sectors: 1. Collaborative action; 2. Sustainable homes; 3. Low carbon transport; 4. Industrial and commercial energy use; and 5. Cleaner power…

… homes Low carbon transport Industrial and commercial energy use Cleaner power Sector goals and actions The challenge 4.2 million tCO2 The CO2 emissions across the county of Suffolk in 2018. 1.5ºC The limit of global temperature rise beyond which we risk triggering dangerous climate change. Timeline The point at which, at current rates, the world is locked into more than…

… and commercial energy use 15 Over 40% of CO2 emissions in Suffolk in 2018 came from the industrial and commercial sector (I&C), which comprises large and small energy users, including non-domestic buildings. Many businesses are already taking steps, some helped by Business Energy Efficiency Anglia (BEE Anglia) grants, while the Suffolk Carbon Charter accreditation recognises SMEs’ efforts…

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