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Liverpool City Council

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… for collaboration by the whole of Liverpool’s civil society. Energy Increased capacity of electricity network to cope with increased demand Decarbonisation of electricity supplied to the network Upgrade of the local network Energy efficiency measures to minimise demand increase Smart meters in every building to enable dynamic management of energy demand Support installation of 77,714 individual…

… to decarbonising supply, buildings will need to be made more energy efficient. The insulation of 170,000 buildings in Liverpool is estimated to have a capital cost of £1.5 billion. To ensure fuel poor households are protected from the risk of higher heating costs, investment focus will need to be placed on the building and retrofitting of lower energy performance dwellings. TRANSPORT Transport…

…. This risk needs to be addressed by reducing the amount of energy needed to heat each building. This is met through investment in buildings, an investment that will need a particular focus on lower energy performance dwellings. Fuel-poor households are much more likely to live in these lower-performing dwellings. As shown in Figure 1, 66% of fuel-poor households with an EPC live in dwellings…

…. Liverpool Net Zero Carbon 2030 The Climate Challenge 18 | | Buildings and heat AIMS The aims that need to be met to decarbonise this sector are: AIM 1 Reduce demand for space heating By reducing the amount of energy needed to heat each building, the cost of new systems can be kept as low as possible, and the ongoing running costs can also be kept relatively low. Energy efficient buildings also…

… installation programme and supporting the development of nationally significant renewable energy projects in the Liverpool City Region (particularly in the bay – offshore wind and tidal projects). AIM AIM 2 Limit energy demands In addition to an acceleration of domestic retrofitting (see Buildings and Heat section), energy demand should be reduced through a continuation of energy efficiency


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