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North Tyneside Metropolitan Borough Council

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… and the North East Local Enterprise Partnership Energy Accelerator to assess the roll-out of heat networks using zero carbon heat supplies i.e., geothermal and mine water. The development of a heat network provides the opportunity to produce both a renewable heat, and electricity supply. The authority has also recently installed air source heat pumps in 4 leisure centres and has undertaken a small-scale…

… carbon reduction measures, offsetting does not offer a financial ‘return on investment’ so it should be considered as a last priority. The council recognises that carbon offsetting / insetting works on two aspects: - • Reduction schemes which cut emissions by reducing the demand on grid derived services such as renewable energy projects like solar PV, air source or ground source heat pumps

… that focuses on reducing bills and improving comfort through energy efficiency, building the markets required to transition to low carbon heat and reducing costs, while testing the viability of hydrogen for heating. The strategy includes an ambition to phase out the installation of new natural gas boilers from 2035, reduce the costs of heat pumps and deploy low-carbon heat networks. 7. Environment…

… – equivalent to the average car travelling over four million miles – North Tyneside Council is installing environmentally friendly heating systems in four of its leisure centres. The project will see old heating systems, which rely on gas, supplemented with air source heat pumps. It will significantly reduce the amount of gas used, 25 6. What We Will Do, and North Tyneside’s ask…


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