Scaling up cuts in Domestic Carbon Emissions Session III 26th November 2009
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Scaling up cuts in Domestic Carbon Emissions Session III 26th November 2009 Scaling up cuts in Domestic Carbon Emissions Session III 26th November 2009 Presentation Transcript

  • Scaling up cuts in domestic carbon emissions <Structure of JLP> Phil Newcombe Associate Project Manager
  • QUESTIONS? • What’s good? (Best Practice) • Who can help us? (Provider Landscape) • What can we deliver? (Plan) • What else do we need? (leadership, £, regulation, knowledge?)
  • Scaling up cuts in domestic carbon emissions|Session 3 <What do we do on Monday?> Richard Davies Director
  • Good Morning
  • Threat?
  • The energy tri-lemma 1. Affordability 2. Reliability 3. Low Carbon
  • Safari.lnk
  • What does this mean for AnyPlace in 2020? Meeting carbon budgets in 2020 will require a reduction in average per person emissions from the current level of 9 tCO2 to 6 tCO2. In a County where carbon budgets are achieved, the typical person will: • Meet more of their energy needs from low-carbon power. • Live in well-insulated homes with new efficient boilers and advanced heating controls. • Purchase energy-efficient appliances and use these on low-carbon cycles (e.g. low temperature washing and dishwashing). • Work in energy-efficient offices with power and heating from low carbon sources. • Drive more carbon-efficient cars, including hybrids, electric cars or plug-in hybrids with charging infrastructure at home, at work and in public places. • Drive in an eco-friendly manner (e.g. not carrying excess weight in the car) and within the existing speed limit. • Plan journeys better and use public transport more. Together these changes would be sufficient to achieve carbon budgets. They could significantly improve energy security of supply and air quality, and therefore maintain or improve quality of life.
  • ‘We have a vision of a different Britain. It is a vision of a Britain in which our cars run on electricity; high speed trains whisk us from North to South in less time than it takes to get across greater London; we produce much more but use much less energy to do it; our power suppliers no longer depend to any great extent on imported oil and gas; our homes require less energy, produce far more of their own energy and are heated by gas we produce from our own agricultural and domestic waste. It is a vision of a Britain which leads the world in new green technologies. Secured against interruptions of supply and volatile prices, our industry can plan for growth. Our national security is guaranteed, regardless of decisions by volatile governments elsewhere to close pipelines or restrict supply. It is a decentralised vision rather than one in which all decisions about our energy future are vested in the government. Through it we play our full part in protecting our planet against the effects of man-made climate change.’
  • Opportunity?
  • Who’s signed up to NI186? • Birmingham • Stoke-on-Trent • Coventry • Telford & Wrekin • Dudley • Warwickshire • Herefordshire • Sandwell • Worcestershire • Staffordshire
  • Constituency Number of fuel Percentage of Ranking out of 529 English Ranking out of West Midlands poor households households who are constituencies (1 = highest constituencies (1 = highest proportion living in fuel poverty proportion in fuel poverty) in fuel poverty) 8,559 22.0% 2 1 Birmingham, Sparkbrook and Small Heath Birmingham, Ladywood 8,451 21.4% 6 2 Warley 6,225 20.0% 26 3 Stoke-on-Trent Central 6,871 19.9% 27 4 Birmingham, Perry Barr 7,396 19.8% 31 5 Wolverhampton South East 5,538 19.7% 34 6 Birmingham, Hodge Hill 5,957 19.7% 36 7 Walsall South 6,447 19.5% 41 8 Birmingham, Erdington 7,358 19.3% 52 9 Stoke-on-Trent North 6,203 19.3% 57 10 Leominster 7,316 19.2% 64 11 Walsall North 6,862 19.2% 65 12 Ludlow 6,250 19.2% 66 13 Wolverhampton North East 6,280 19.0% 76 14 North Shropshire 7,389 19.0% 79 15 West Bromwich East 6,175 19.0% 80 16 West Bromwich West 6,840 18.9% 84 17 Coventry North East 7,862 18.9% 88 18 Burton 7,736 18.9% 91 19 Birmingham, Selly Oak 7,245 18.7% 104 20 Birmingham, Yardley 5,400 18.6% 114 21 Stoke-on-Trent South 7,237 18.5% 124 22 Staffordshire Moorlands 6,479 18.5% 128 23 Wolverhampton South West 6,650 18.4% 141 24
  • Dudley North 6,749 18.4% 149 25 Hereford 7,294 18.2% 165 26 The Wrekin 6,535 18.1% 177 27 Newcastle-under-Lyme 6,536 18.0% 182 28 Telford 5,953 17.9% 196 29 Birmingham, Hall Green 5,605 17.9% 197 30 Dudley South 6,179 17.9% 198 31 6,313 17.9% 200 32 Halesowen and Rowley Regis Nuneaton 6,921 17.9% 202 33 North Warwickshire 6,878 17.8% 215 34 Stone 6,250 17.7% 229 35 Coventry South 6,687 17.7% 232 36 Shrewsbury and Atcham 7,132 17.7% 236 37 Birmingham, Northfield 5,608 17.5% 250 38 Stafford 6,236 17.4% 262 39 Wyre Forest 6,816 17.4% 268 40 Coventry North West 7,447 17.3% 271 41 West Worcestershire 6,041 17.3% 273 42 Cannock Chase 6,695 17.3% 275 43 Birmingham, Edgbaston 6,587 17.3% 279 44 Tamworth 6,189 17.2% 283 45 Aldridge-Brownhills 5,588 17.2% 284 46
  • Join the campaign A campaign to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 10% in 2010 http://www.1010uk.org/
  • Planning for new Policy & Programmes How can localities benefit from what DECC are planning. Community Energy Saving Programme, Feed In Tariffs, Heat & Energy Saving Strategy
  • The Art of the Possible…… Explore what has been achieved within the system as it is. Why can’t ???? replicate examples of ‘Good Enough Practice’. The Domestic Energy Support of Kirklees, the Biomass Uptake of Barnsley, the Leadership of Woking………
  • Keep _____________ Warm! Eradicate ‘Fuel Poverty’ in _____________ by 2015 via an ambitious Partnership Approach No additional resources required…… Maximise Warmfront, CERT, Community Energy Saving Programme etc.
  • Low Carbon Community: _________ Launch | _______ Low Carbon Community Network | VISION: Support, training, connections, inspiration & networking for the ‘bottom up’ BRILLIANT organisations & initiatives springing up all over ___________
  • Microgeneration ___________ Maximise the economic opportunities to _________ of being the MICROGENERATION LOCALITY. Solar thermal, photovoltaics, biomass, heat pumps etc. Manufacturers, installers, retailers, maintenance……
  • New Development / Growth Point: Zero CO2 Adopt Code for Sustainble Homes ‘Code Level 6’ for all ‘Growth Point’ / new development. This will ‘pre- condition’ _______ developers and builders to be ready for the ‘carbon neutral’ new build & refurbishment revolution.
  • The Great _________ Refurb In February 2009 Ed Milliband announced that by 2050 all British homes will be near carbon zero. Is now the right time for __________ to step forward & seek to be the first place in the UK to deliver this in existing homes?
  • Smart Meters By 2020 40 million Smart Meters will have been fitted – including in all UK homes. What should a locality be doing to maximise any benefits that might accrue (training, job creation, manufacturing, piloting…..?)
  • Stakeholder/Employee’s Homes Partners provide support, advice and resources to help their stakeholders (customers, suppliers, visitors…..?) & Employees live in the most energy efficient homes. Advice, incentives, training…..
  • Utility Engagement Partners or Partnership engages with the big 6 utilities to explore what support might be available for a locality.
  • Maximise Existing Support Ensure that the Locality is getting the best support from the organisations/ programmes ‘free at the point of use’
  • You Choose!
  • "Until one is committed, there is hesitancy, the chance to draw back. Concerning all acts of initiative (and creation), there is one elementary truth that ignorance of which kills countless ideas and splendid plans: that the moment one definitely commits oneself, then Providence moves too. All sorts of things occur to help one that would never otherwise have occurred. A whole stream of events issues from the decision, raising in one's favour all manner of unforeseen incidents and meetings and material assistance, which no man could have dreamed would have come his way. Whatever you can do, or dream you can do, begin it. Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it. Begin it now." W.H. Murray
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