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Suffolk County Council

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electricity usage to help manage the increasing demands on the electricity grid. Other measures for homes include electric vehicle (EV) charging points and rooftop solar installations, linking into initiatives for transport and clean power. Energy efficiency measures can ease fuel poverty, contributing to a sustainable recovery. Goals Goal 1 – Transition to a fully decarbonised heat supply for homes…

… 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…

… Behavioural change to use less energy in I&C sector. Goal 2 Improved energy efficiency of buildings in the commercial sector. Goal 3 Heat decarbonisation in the commercial sector. Goal 4 More energy efficient industrial processes. Towards a carbon neutral Suffolk – Industrial and commercial energy use Accounts for over 40% of CO2 emissions. 4 goals and 14 actions proposed to reduce them…

… to be fully decarbonised by 2030. This emphasises the importance of maximising demand reduction measures and promoting local renewable energy uptake, to mitigate against this risk and ensure that Suffolk reaches its target. The Suffolk Climate Emergency Plan OUR JOURNEY TO CARBON NEUTRALITY Energy efficiency Reduce car use Energy efficiency Behaviour change More efficient freight Behaviour…

… sectors – buildings, transport, industry, and power – need to reduce emissions to almost zero. In brief, this means that: 1 homes and other buildings need to become more energy efficient, so they need less energy to power them. And the supply of heat needs to be fully decarbonised, for example, by replacing gas boilers with heat pumps or low carbon heat networks. 2 transport needs to be decarbonised…

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