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Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council

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…: • Ensure the energy efficiency of buildings is maximised through insulation and other fabric-first interventions, better smart building controls and embrace new low-energy alternatives such as LED lighting; • Replace gas heating and cooking appliances with electric alternatives* • Maximise renewable energy generation opportunities and purchase any remaining electricity from renewable sources

…. Sustainable urban drainage (SUDS) can also cope with extreme rainfall – preventing flash floods. Green roofs work to reduce the heat lost by buildings and providing better insulation in winter months, decreasing a buildings energy use. As well as vegetation, the presence of open bodies of water, such as ponds, can assist with the cooling of surrounding areas and in reducing daytime temperatures. Water…

… to maximise Tameside’s part in this new chapter in UK economics. When this strategy is read in conjunction with the Inclusive Growth Strategy, (Draft) Housing Strategy, Clean Air Strategy, Fleet Replacement Strategy, (Draft) Planning Strategy (pending adoption of GM’s Places for Everyone), (Draft) Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Strategy and STAR Procurements renewed principles…

… in the way we run our services • The electricity contract for our corporate buildings ensures they are supplied by renewable power • Secured £2.3m on the first round of public sector decarbonisation – investing in greener technologies across eleven of the most inefficient buildings on the estate. A further bid of £2.9m pending for 2022 for six other sites. In total over the lifetimes…

… of these projects the carbon savings are projected to be in the region of 11,000tonnes • Increasing tree cover across the borough, with 18,000 trees planted in the last three years and another 14,000 planned over the next planting season. • Supporting the roll out of solar PV scheme for residents and we continue to roll out renewables such as solar PV across the estate when we have the opportunity…


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