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London Borough of Newham

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… programme to enable Council residents to receive it (free) and an optional payment plan for home owners at 0% interest, grants or subsidies, to cover insulation, glazing and boilers. 2. Harness and generate renewable power by exploring wind farms, water usage (tidal barrage), and power generation (energy coops). 3. Commence a solar panel scheme to reduce energy costs by making grants…

…: 1. Create a council level finance strategy to meet demands of Newham residents to fund all changes (e.g. introduction of ground source heat pumps, solar panels, boiler replacement, wind turbine investing by 2021. Residents pay back based on savings made (via council tax bill) so repayments linked to property. (like student loans). 2. In 2020 create (by sortition…

… and council recommendations. As a result they explored the potential for creating local energy coops and how local people could undertake group purchase of renewables. 30 Recommendation 3 Commence a solar panel scheme to reduce energy costs by making grants available for individuals, subsidies for commercial properties, and mandate it for new builds. 97% 3% The same narrative and debate about…

… the cost to local residents, and potential grants available, informed this recommendation too. There was a view that solar panels are now widely available and the council could work proactively with suppliers to secure a persuasive deal to the various stakeholders in the borough: individuals wishing to make a change would be offered the opportunity to do so through a grant process; commercial…

… method) a residents committee to partner, govern and oversee implementation of recommendations (to minimise corruption, increase efficiency and quality of decisions so they are not rashly made). 3. Introduce policies and planning for deep retrofit of all existing buildings and infrastructure to be completed by 2030 to be carbon neutral e.g. roofing spaces – introduce more greenery and solar


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