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Belfast City Council

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… by £263 million per year whilst also creating 4,779 years of employment in the city. They could also help to generate wider benefits, including helping to tackle fuel poverty, reducing congestion and productivity losses, improving air quality, and enhancements to public health. • The most carbon-effective options for the city to deliver these carbon cuts include improved deep retrofitting…

… that they generate through the energy savings they secure, meaning the portfolio of measures as a whole has a positive economic impact in present value. These options may also generate indirect benefits, for example through job creation, fuel poverty and improved air quality and public health. • Cost-Neutral (CN) options where the portfolio of interventions mentioned above is expanded to consider…

… health, reduced poverty and inequality, increased employment and enhanced prosperity. John Barry and Grainia Long, Co-Chairs, Belfast Climate Commission *Source: Belfast Climate Commission The Belfast Climate Commission was established in 2020 to support the city to make positive choices on issues relating to energy, carbon, weather and climate. Members…


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