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Monmouthshire County Council

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… the proportion of the fund invested in such firms decline from 9.10% to 6.95% since 2018;  We have built a solar farm which contributes towards the £650,000 worth of renewable energy we put into to the national grid each year;  More than 99% of the energy we buy comes from renewable sources. And we will continue to do more:  Developing an investment programme to help our services transition…

… that Monmouthshire County Council is committed to include:  We have built a solar farm which contributes towards the £650,000 worth of renewable energy to the national grid each year, and will invest in more renewable schemes when the national grid has enough capacity  We have called for our pension fund to divest its fossil fuel investments and have seen the proportion of the fund invested…

… 13 Using renewable energy Speed up the move from fossil fuels to renewable energy Action to reduce MCC emissions CO2 reduction Cost to Taxpayer Feasibility Build and operate two new solar farms – subject to national grid capacity High High Medium Develop proposals for a district heating scheme High High Medium Develop a Whole System Smart Energy Plan as part…

… in the new Local Development Plan Medium Low Medium What can I do to play my part? Switch your energy supplier to a renewable energy contract. https://www.moneysupermarket.com/gas-and-electricity/green-energy-tariffs/ Find out whether you could install solar panels or another renewable energy in your home. https://www.energysavingtrust.org.uk/renewable-energy Consider what you want your…

… accelerating global warming. Time to Act If we are to stand a chance of addressing climate change and slowing the rise in the Earth’s temperature there is a narrow window of opportunity to take action. The International Panel on Climate Change has indicated that rises above 1.5 °C will affect the ability of the planet to sustain human life as we know it and that crucially, without significant…

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