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Milton Keynes

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energy efficient and carbon passive technology on new and existing buildings;  Drive lower and more efficient energy use. Maximise use of renewable energy from a variety of sources and provide greater resilience to the national grid locally New developments across the city should have photo voltaics to create their own electricity; battery storage facilities within houses…

… a vital role in tackling the global challenges of climate change. Milton Keynes is Different by Design and has always faced challenges with new and exciting projects such as:  The world’s first modern energy efficient housing at Home World 1981, Energy World 1985 and Future World 1994;  The first UK city to have kerbside recycling 1989;  The first public electric vehicles charging…

… networks that create them. With the ever increasing energy costs to the homeowner, tenants and businesses, it is paramount that Local Authorities ensure that investment in the energy infrastructure of the city is maintained. Milton Keynes Council is committed to enabling and securing private and public investment in the energy infrastructure within the borough. The resilience of the national…

energy infrastructure is one area where we can focus on delivering alternative and renewable sources of energy rather than the current reliance on fossil fuels. We will ensure that we are proactive in taking forward comprehensive, credible initiatives to secure funding and continuing the drive to improve the energy efficiency of the existing buildings across the city. Our commitment to delivering…

… The Residual Waste Treatment Facility (RWTF) which the council built processes around 110,000 tonnes of residual waste and produces enough energy to power between 10 to 12,000 homes. Our aims - what we will do by 2050  All new developments to include green energy generation schemes;  MK Council to produce and distribute energy;  Council procurement to drive low carbon suppliers;  Use


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