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Suffolk County Council

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…. Tackling this means removing fossil fuelled vehicles from our roads. The focus will predominantly be on promoting electric vehicles until other zero emission fuels are available, but this does not mean replacing all vehicles. Suffolk is looking to reduce transport demand and encourage a shift to less carbon intensive modes, such as walking, cycling and public transport. As a rural county…

…. Figure 6: Low carbon transportGoals and priority actions Tracking progress The key indicators to track progress in tackling carbon emissions from transport include: the proportion of trips made by private car, public transport and active travel; the number of businesses and organisations with travel plans; the number of businesses with delivery and servicing plans; the number of electric…

… sectors – buildings, transport, industry, and power – need to reduce emissions to almost zero. In brief, this means that: 1 homes and other buildings need to become more energy efficient, so they need less energy to power them. And the supply of heat needs to be fully decarbonised, for example, by replacing gas boilers with heat pumps or low carbon heat networks. 2 transport needs to be decarbonised…

… by encouraging people to reduce their travel, use (low carbon) public transport where possible and replace petrol and diesel fuelled vehicles with zero carbon vehicles. 3 industry needs to reduce its energy use and switch to zero carbon fuels such as solar, wind and hydrogen. 4 electricity supply needs to become zero carbon, switching generation from fossil fuels to renewable energy technologies…

… in parallel. Transport actions all support one another - for example, reducing car use reduces the amount of electrification needed, while interaction with the power sector is key to manage increased demand on the grid. Some wider benefits include the health potential of increased active travel, an increased sense of community and a boost to the local economy through working from home, as well…

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