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West Lancashire Borough Council

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… with considerable retro-fitting, known renewable technologies and behavioural change and is considered deliverable within the economic cost originally accepted with the Climate Change Act in 2008. There are numerous additional benefits associated with achieving a low carbon future, for example, improved health and wellbeing, improved air quality, tackling fuel poverty, changes in land use and reduced…

….  Good quality, energy efficient housing will increase affordable warmth and reduce fuel poverty.  Improved health and well-being will come from less people living in cold and damp housing.  Good access to green spaces will encourage more sustainable travel and healthier lifestyles.  Tree planting delivers excellent biodiversity and habitat benefits, as well as being excellent carbon…

…  Window and external door replacement programmes  External wall insulation projects We have also invested in various renewable energy installations to benefit our tenants, help reduce their energy bills, deliver affordable warmth, reduce fuel poverty and improve the EPC ratings of our homes. Installation of these technologies has also led to significant savings for the Council…

… properties. This provides free electricity for the tenant, reducing energy bills and helping reduce fuel poverty. The systems also generate income for the Council from the FIT scheme over a 20 year period from the date of installation.  A Combined Heat and Power (CHP) system on a sheltered housing scheme containing over 40 dwellings. This boiler generates renewable electricity from the gas boiler…


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