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Isle of Wight Council

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… by how the council and the island responds and adapts to a changing climate. Actions to lower emissions from transport and heating systems has a direct correlation with improved air quality improving lives, and with colder winters and warmer wetter summers an increasing likelihood our community will see significantly improved life outcome from well insulated homes, such a reduction in fuel…

…/ 14 carbon alternative before 2030. Currently, domestic heating makes up just under a quarter of the Isle of Wight’s emissions. Similarly, while the council may be able to require new developments to install low carbon technologies as a condition of planning permission, it cannot enforce retrofitting in all existing buildings. As such, a longer-term target date of 2040 for meeting net zero…

… used in the council estate Oil used in the council estate Combined heat and power Onsite solar generation Fleet vehicles Waste collection vehicles Scope 2 Indirect emissions relating to energy use – purchased grid electricity, steam, heating, and cooling For the council this will include: Grid electricity used in the council estate Grid electricity used in street lighting paid…

… and industrial 131,900 23.6% Road transport 127,700 22.9% Domestic heating 123,700 22.2% Waterborne transportation31 60,800 10.9% Domestic non-heating 48,000 8.6% CHP generation 45,000 8.1% Livestock 37,900 6.8% Agriculture 10,700 1.9% Electricity-only generation 1,800 0.3% Land use -29,300 -5.2% Total 558,200 100.0% The three largest…

… of individuals, households, and businesses across the island are unlikely to have the capital required to immediately purchase an electric vehicle, install a home solar panel or heat pump, or to transition their business to net zero. While new technologies will become cheaper over time as they are more widely adopted, there is still likely to be a more gradual transition to low carbon technologies…

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