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Wychavon District Council

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technologies through initiatives such as the new Green Homes Grant. • Facilitate a domestic bulk solar PV buying scheme. • Work with social housing providers to deliver carbon neutral housing schemes. • Run targeted energy efficiency awareness campaigns aimed at residents. • Promote development of further renewable energy schemes in the district including solar PV and geothermal. • Consider…

… to the climate emergency. Summary Target 2: Halve district wide carbon emissions by 2030 Target 4: Treble renewable energy generation in the district by 2030 Target 3: Double the size of Wychavon’s low carbon economy by 2030 Target 5: Capture at least 500 tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent per year by 2025 The plan contains four priorities. These are energy, low carbon…

… towards our vision and targets: • Reduce our own greenhouse gas emissions. • District-wide carbon emissions (under scope of influence of local authorities). • Size of the low carbon economy. • Amount of renewable energy generation across the district. • Amount of carbon captured through council action. At the end of each financial year we will produce a short annual progress report…

… targets to reduce carbon emissions across the county by 50% by 2030 (against a 2005 baseline), tripling renewable energy generation and doubling the low carbon economy. In May 2019, the UK Committee on Climate Change, set- up to advise the Government, called for the introduction of a net zero target for the UK by 2050. The Government agreed to this recommendation in July 2019…

renewable energy generation in the district from 108,119 MWh in 2016 to 324,357 MWh in 2030. The district has substantial energy resources. The amount of renewable energy generated in Wychavon has grown by 302% from 59,796 MWh in 2005 to 240,542 MWh in 2018. Energy from waste accounts for around 70% of the growth. As the chart shows, there has been significant growth in photovoltaics and energy


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