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Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council

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…) scheme to bring 217 properties up to a “Band C” Energy Performance Certificate rating at The Lanes, East Dene. The aim of the project is to create Rotherham’s first retrofit ‘Eco Village’ and the Council will use LAD funding to compliment internal funding sources, to fund improvement works to the fabric of the buildings and install additional energy efficiency measures that will support our…

… commissioned to reduce emissions and improve energy efficiency. Decarbonising buildings • The Council has reduced energy consumption and CO2 emissions in operational buildings by 54% and streetlighting by 73% (against 2014/15 baseline). Over 80 projects have been commissioned and over £1.5m invested in energy efficiency measures, saving over £390k each year and reducing annual emissions by over…

… decentralised low carbon electricity. Develop a site decarbonisation plan and implement energy efficiency upgrades based on detailed site surveys. In the short term, decarbonisation measures can be capital-intensive; cost often correlates to extensiveness. However, by reducing energy consumption, these can result in significant cost-savings in the long term. Continue to support the private…

… by utility company contributions (as at 21st January 2021). This supports residents to reduce energy costs, improve energy efficiency and access government grants. Delivery of schemes under LAD funding, including the retrofitting of 217 homes by September 2021 following the successful phase 1 bid. The Council has secured £1.14m through the Green Housing Grant – Local Authority Delivery (LAD…

… Scheme The Community Energy Support Scheme will be launched on 1st March 2021 to provide support for Rotherham residents to reduce energy costs, improve energy efficiency and support with potential Government grants. The project works alongside National Energy Action funded programmes to support all communities and reduce fuel poverty. Will rely on effective community engagement. Energy


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