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Maidstone Borough Council

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…, which would include a reduction in fuel poverty or in fash fooding We will have due regard to any guidance the Government produces on ofsetting. 7 http:carbon.We 3 Biodiversity Biodiversity is the variety of life on Earth including all ecosystems, wild, managed and urban. Healthy ecosystems help mitigate climate…

… bills and so are less likely to live in fuel poverty. The Future Homes Standard describes the new standards anticipated to be introduced by 2025 which would continue this trend and require low-carbon heating and excellent energy efciency. The energy efciency of many older homes has been improved by installing loft insulation, cavity wall insulation, double glazing and more efcient heating systems…

… to the insulation of their homes, but it is likely that the homes that have been improved could beneft from further insulation works and improved heating systems. There are still a signifcant number of poorly insulated homes where improvements in efciency would lower heating costs and so reduce carbon emissions and fuel poverty. The Government’s Green Homes Grant Scheme, due to open for applications…

… up to £10K. Energy is used by water companies to clean and supply drinking water and we use energy when we heat water. Changes to rainfall patterns suggest we will have less summer rainfall and should use water wisely. We will work with partners to promote water efciency so reducing water use and reducing water poverty. We will: Support partners to explore the potential for Combined Heat…

… renewable energy across the borough. As a nation, we need to decarbonise energy generation and change from fossil fuels to renewable electricity for transport and in buildings. There are many opportunities to generate solar energy on new and existing buildings and wind or solar energy on land. Generating renewable energy at home reduces the amount of energy bought, and so fuel bills and fuel


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