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Worcestershire County Council

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… built in the county over the next few decades. This is likely to place an upward pressure on the amount of household waste dealt with. There are a range of potential technologies that could be employed to reduce carbon emissions associated with household waste disposal. Carbon capture and storage10 (CCS) technology could potentially be retrofitted to EnviRecover at some point in the future…

…/county_strategies Worcestershire Energy Strategy WCC are working with the Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership to coordinate the development of the Worcestershire Energy Strategy, which was launched in 2019. The aim is to achieve the following targets by 2030: „ Halve countywide emissions from 2005 levels „ Double the size of Worcestershire’s low carbon sector „ Triple the generation…

… are reduced, carbon emissions remain in the atmosphere for many years. Climate scientists predict that, even when emissions reduce to net zero, a certain amount of the observed warming of our climate will continue, with increasing incidence of extreme weather, such as severe flooding and heat waves and increased pressure on our natural resources, such as water and biodiversity. Climate change…

… and flexibility of Worcestershire’s power grid. „ Investment in digital infrastructure, which has enabled changes in patterns of working and travel. An accelerated impact of this was observed during Covid-19 lockdown. Promoting Low Carbon Transport and Active Travel „ Installation of electric vehicle charge points in car parks across the county. These have predominantly been funded by central…


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