Search inside documents

Search method
Document type

Search results for "heat pumps"

Including 4 closely related terms such as heat pump, heat pumps, and heat pumps.

1 result

Suffolk County Council

Direct link to action plan (PDF)

… Tracking progress The key indicators to track progress in tackling carbon emissions from our homes include: the number of heat pumps installed each year; the number of connections to low carbon heat networks in urban areas; proportion of heat demand met by low carbon heat; and average EPC ratings of homes in Suffolk. Carbon emissions reduction potential An assessment of the potential contribution…

… sectors – buildings, transport, industry, and power – need to reduce emissions to almost zero. In brief, this means that: 1 homes and other buildings need to become more energy efficient, so they need less energy to power them. And the supply of heat needs to be fully decarbonised, for example, by replacing gas boilers with heat pumps or low carbon heat networks. 2 transport needs to be decarbonised…

…. Heat decarbonisation is a priority for Suffolk. Depending on how much demand can be met by scoping heat networks, 300,000 or more homes in Suffolk may need heat pumps by 2030. This would represent a significant expansion of roll- out of this technology. Goal 2 – Improved energy efficiency of homes. Alongside roll-out of low carbon heating, homes will need to become more energy efficient…

…, especially as heat pumps only work effectively in buildings that are thermally efficient. Goal 3 – Behavioural change to use less energy. All of this will need to be supported by dissemination of information and engagement, so that homeowners and occupiers are aware of the need to transform how much heat is needed in their homes. Priority actions 1 Maintain and expand existing energy hubs…

… The Suffolk Climate Emergency Plan OUR JOURNEY TO CARBON NEUTRALITY The Suffolk Climate Emergency Plan OUR JOURNEY TO CARBON NEUTRALITY 12 3 All Suffolk Local Planning Authorities to develop new policies to require new homes to be built in line with the 2025 Future Homes and PAS 2035 standards, including heat pumps or new heat networks or connection to existing heat networks. 4 Develop…

Alpha

This is a new service – your feedback will help us improve it.