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Westminster City Council

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… below as an example: 1. Reducing energy demand including retrofitting buildings to be more energy efficient to avoid relying on long-term, higher risk renewable energy supply infrastructure 2. Switching to low-carbon energy systems including moving away from gas towards electric and renewable energy 3. Decarbonising the energy supply through measures such as installing solar panels 4. Carbon…

… capacity for renewable energy technology such as solar energy than other London boroughs. Installation is made difficult due to the number of listed buildings and conservation area status of much of the city. However, the density of energy use makes it a favourable location for the development of heat networks and waste heat from the tube and locally linked high-consumption sites provide significant…

… to retrofitting historic buildings. Collaborate with other councils around consistent planning laws and guidance. Retrofit buildings across Westminster to improve their energy performance and increase renewable energy sources, targeting net zero emissions where possible. Encourage the sensitive retrofit of historic buildings, where possible. Explore funding to decarbonise the Pimlico District…

… requires a reduction rate of more than 82,000 tonnes of CO 2 e every year up to 2040. Business as usual emission reductions account for changes implemented by the government, such as increasing energy supplied from renewable sources, and no specific local action. It offers us a 29% reduction by 2040. High ambition emission reductions will require us to ambitiously reduce emissions from…

… opportunities to access otherwise wasted energy. To achieve the necessary changes to reduce emissions from homes, changes to the planning and legal requirements for the private rented sector, external social housing providers and homeowners need to be made. Significant funding will be required to make the necessary changes, which will also depend on the availability of new renewable technologies


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