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Liverpool City Council

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… Net Zero Carbon 2030 The Climate Challenge |Buildings and heat STRATEGIC APPROACH The most abundant source of zero carbon or very low carbon energy by 2030 will be grid electricity. Decarbonisation of the national electricity system is progressing rapidly with the continuing growth in renewable electricity generation. An average unit of electricity supplied in Great Britain now generates lower…

… that is powered by genuine 100% renewable energy tariffs will help to support the acceleration of national grid decarbonisation. Should Liverpool successfully overcome these challenges then, under the National Grid ‘Consumer Transformation’ scenario (Figure 8), which is the most closely aligned with this Plan, carbon emissions for the city are projected to reach net zero shortly after 2030, when zero carbon…

… installation programme and supporting the development of nationally significant renewable energy projects in the Liverpool City Region (particularly in the bay – offshore wind and tidal projects). AIM AIM 2 Limit energy demands In addition to an acceleration of domestic retrofitting (see Buildings and Heat section), energy demand should be reduced through a continuation of energy efficiency…

…% renewable electricity supply To underpin the commercial viability of renewable projects wherever they are based, thus accelerating national grid decarbonisation. Liverpool Net Zero Carbon 2030 The Climate Challenge 32 | | Power Supply SOLUTIONS The core solutions required by the city to achieve these aims are: X Installation of 760MW of solar PV integrated with storage and demand flexibility…

… the extra demand associated with electrification of heat and transport. X Purchasing from renewable tariffs - By ensuring that every household, business and public building in Liverpool is powered by genuine 100% renewable energy tariffs


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