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Malvern Hills District Council

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… electricity generation, heavier vehicles (eg trains, HGVs) and potentially heating on the coldest days HYDROGEN BUILDINGS Efficiency, heat networks, heat pumps (new build, off-gas, hybrids) Widespread electrification, expand heat networks, gas grids potentially switch to hydrogen ROAD TRANSPORT Ramp up EV market, decisions on HGVs Turn over fleets to zero emission vehicles: cars and vans…

… vehicles • Plans for the roll out of zero emissions HGVs • Schemes to support walking, cycling and public transport • Improving energy efficiency in industry by 20% by 2030 • Capital support for industry decarbonisation • The development of a low carbon heat strategy • New build standards to ensure new homes are ultra efficient and use low carbon heating by 2025 • The planting of 30,000+ hectares…

… Guarantee, ensuring from January 1 2020 homes and businesses installing solar, wind or other forms of low carbon energy generation receive payment for each unit of electricity they export • A commitment to introducing a future homes standard, meaning new build homes must be future proofed with low carbon heating and the highest standard of energy efficiency • An increase in the amount of green gas…

… used in the gas grid to reduce the need to burn natural gas • Analysing options for the long-term decarbonisation of heat with a view to publishing a roadmap in summer 2020 • Continuing to invest in carbon capture technology • Plans to introduce measures to increase recycling and reduce waste through the national waste strategy • Funding to support businesses to improve their energy efficiency…

…% Priority 2: Encourage low carbon development and design measures to improve resilience and adaptation to climate change We need to ensure the homes we are planning now are fit for the future. This means that not only must they not add excessive amounts of carbon emissions to the atmosphere during construction, but they must be designed in ways that can protect people from excessive heat


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