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Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Borough Council

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heating in conjunction with hydrogen, and new smart storage heating, combined with high levels of energy efficiency. From 2025, new homes should not be connected to the gas grid and by 2035 replacement heating systems for existing homes must be low-carbon. The current share of low-carbon heating in the UK housing stock is only 4.5% and must be 90% by 2050. Remaining emissions in 2050 would…

… in private rented sector where appropriate  Tackle the illegal mis-selling of energy products and supplies BCP Council will work with Partners to:  Extend the multi-agency Affordable Warmth Partnership across the BCP area  Use ECO-Flex to facilitate energy saving grants to fuel poor residents  Consider heating improvement promotion to businesses (boilers, heat pumps and heating controls

… of renewables and low-carbon power from around 50% today to around 95% in 2050, whilst meeting additional demand from electric vehicles and heat pumps. Decarbonised gas will be required for the remaining 5% (CCC, 2019). Emissions from electricity use account for 27% and 37% of the Council’s and area- wide carbon footprints respectively. Following the declaration of the Climate and Ecological Emergency…

… have fallen by 13% since 2013 and are around 20% below 1990 levels. Current Government commitments for low-carbon homes include bringing as many as possible up to Energy Performance Certificate Band C by 2035 and to stop the installation of gas heating in new homes from 2025. The CCC suggests the next steps to be the roll-out of technologies such as heat pumps, hybrid heat pumps and district…

… the building stock for a switch to low-carbon heating, retrofit of hybrid heat pumps, enabling continued use of existing boilers and radiators, could sensibly be done alongside energy efficiency improvements (CCC, 2019). BCP Council will:  Establish a Corporate Property Group to review accommodation  Assess the energy efficiency of Council buildings  Dispose of unwanted/inefficient buildings…


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