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Malvern Hills District Council

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… issues on the grid. Priority 4: Encourage low carbon travel Transport is the sector that generates the most carbon emissions across our district and it continues to grow. Encouraging people to swap their petrol or diesel car for an electric or other low emission vehicle and to use more sustainable modes of travel, ie walking, cycling, buses, car- sharing, will be crucial in meeting our…

… ambition. There are currently 48,000 cars on the district’s roads. Just 274 are ultra low emission vehicles (electric or other), although this is predicted to grow significantly year on year. By 2030 it is estimated there will be 37,315 electric vehicles on the district’s roads saving more than 67,000 tonnes of carbon emissions. National and international developments will support this growth…

… with taxi drivers locally to encourage and support them to switch to low emission vehicles. Priority 5: Support businesses to become more energy efficient Industry has already made significant steps to cut its carbon emissions but needs to go further. Encouraging businesses to help us achieve our vision for the district will not only help save them money, but will also provide opportunities…

… 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…


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