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East Devon District Council

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… the commercial and public sectors; • Introduce smart meters and energy storage solutions in East Devon; • Develop heat supply networks to deliver low carbon heat in East Devon; • Increase the amount of energy generated locally using renewable technologies. Low Carbon Development • Buildings in East Devon to be built to high standards of energy efficiency incorporating on-site renewable

… and productivity from high temperatures - warming UK temperatures, combined with demographic change, may lead to an increased risk of overheating. The number of heat-related deaths in the UK could more than double by the 2050s from a current baseline of around 2,000 per year. 3. Risk of shortages in the public water supply, and for agriculture, energy generation and industry - climate change…

… emissions from energy consumption in homes, transport and businesses in East Devon. • Enable the development of secure supplies of renewable and low carbon energy for individuals, communities, business and industry. • Support new development which seeks to minimise additional associated greenhouse gas emissions. • Contribute towards developing the low carbon economy. How are we planning…

… carbon footprint annually. • Renewable and low carbon energy sources will support us in reaching or exceeding our targets. • Critical adaptation measures will be implemented. • New planned development will have minimal environmental impact. • The low carbon economy is thriving. Our Commitment “We need to manage the risks posed by climate change and reduce our greenhouse gas…

…:  Deploying more renewable, decentralised and smart energy systems  Retrofitting energy-efficiency measures into our existing buildings  Constructing zero-carbon new buildings  Travelling less and using improved walking, cycling and public transport infrastructure more often, and using electric and hydrogen vehicles  Changing our consumption to use less, re-use more and choose low-carbon…


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