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London Borough of Brent

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… to increase the use of renewable energy sources on its own assets through localised and sustainable energy networks. Progress is being made on both aspects, through an increase in solar panel usage in the borough and the requirement for low carbon district energy networks in new developments in Wembley and South Kilburn. The borough will seek to explore opportunities to expand renewable energy

… to be seen as a safe and viable alternative to the private car in future. We have limited influence over public transport and key road networks which are managed by the Mayor of London. We know that to achieve carbon neutrality in the borough, all public transport services will need to be zero emission, powered by renewable energy sources. It will be important for us as a council to continue…

…% of all carbon emissions produced in the borough (43% from homes; 35% from commercial and industrial buildings). This is therefore a hugely significant contributor to the changing climate. Homes and buildings will need to become more energy efficient and be powered and heated by renewable energy sources. Homes and buildings will also need to be adapted to ensure they can cope with more volatile…

… and buildings and the infrastructure required to distribute it will be a key consideration. Renewable energy sources will need to be at the heart of energy distribution in the borough in the coming decade. There are two key elements to this: our communities will need to play their part by seeking to power their home or commercial building through renewable sources; and we as a council will seek…

… as possible will be more energy efficient, be powered by renewable sources and be resilient to future adverse weather events caused by climate change – and we will do all in our gift to achieve an average rating of Energy Performance Certificate B in directly owned council stock. The Issue: The energy used to power and heat Brent’s homes and non-domestic buildings represents a combined total 78…


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