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Belfast City Council

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… by £263 million per year whilst also creating 4,779 years of employment in the city. They could also help to generate wider benefits, including helping to tackle fuel poverty, reducing congestion and productivity losses, improving air quality, and enhancements to public health. • The most carbon-effective options for the city to deliver these carbon cuts include improved deep retrofitting

… emissions reduction targets set is significant. We find that across the city, many hundreds of thousands of homes and square-metres of floorspace will require retrofitting and widespread changes will be needed in the travel patterns and the way that people travel. 8 9 10 11 A NET-ZERO CARBON ROADMAP FOR BELFAST EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Next Steps • Belfast needs to adopt a clear and ambitious…

… in the city between 2020 and 2050. The domestic sector will contribute most significantly toward this total, with a decarbonisation potential of between 6 MtCO2e (cost-effective scenario) and 9 MtCO2e (technical potential) through the period. However, transport, industry and public and commercial buildings also play a major role; upgrading and retrofitting of Belfast’s built environment (including…


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