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Midlothian Council

Direct link to climate strategy (PDF)

… publication of the 2014 strategy, the Council has committed to a number of actions, developed policies and published plans, programmes and strategies and has participated in a number of projects, initiatives and campaigns all related to climate change and sustainable development. These actions are spread across Council services and include, but are not limited to: using building energy efficiency

efficiency in all homes and ensure they meet the energy efficient standard for Social Housing. The standards seek to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions in line with targets in the 2009 Act. New homes will incorporate micro renewable technology such as photovoltaic panels and be designed to incorporate electric car charging. Midlothian Council Travel Plan 2017 - 2021 Midlothian…

… management and maximising recycling in the supply chain. Accessible online. Energy efficient design of schools (includes community facilities) Learning Estate Strategy Accessible online. Sets target to reduce energy consumption by 3% in current year. Property and Facilities Management Service Plan 2018/19 Not publicly available (work in progress) To decarbonise local heat networks…

…) by 2045. In its Climate Change Emergency declaration (December 2019) the Council committed to a much more ambitious target of making its activities net-carbon zero by 2030. Investment in energy efficiency to reduce energy demand and low carbon heat networks can make one of the most significant contributions to reducing our greenhouse gas emissions and addressing fuel poverty but this will also…

… and managing energy savings. The EEP introduced energy efficiency standards for social housing, which the Council has incorporated into the design of new homes as part of its social housing 11 To date the LCITP has offered over £40 million of funding to 16 low carbon demonstrator projects supporting low carbon energy generation and supported the co-development of over 30 proof of concept and development…


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