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Document published 21/07/2014

Description:
All emissions reported are for tCO2e. All data relating to emissions from heat / power from buildings was as at June 2014, can be subject to change due to availability of actual meter readings from energy suppliers.
Format:
application/pdf
Places:
City of Nottingham

URL published 04/05/2012

Description:
The Act implements elements of: - The Coalition's programme for Government; - The first Annual Energy Statement published on 27 July 2010; and - The Carbon Plan published on 8 March 2011, which set out the Government's plans to support the UK's transition to a secure, safe, low-carbon, affordable energy system, and to mobilise commitment to ambitious action on climate change internationally. The Act is underpinned by three policy objectives: - tackling barriers to investment in energy efficiency; - enhancing energy security; and - facilitating investment in low carbon energy supplies. The majority of the Act is made up of provisions to enable the financing and facilitation of the installation of energy efficiency measures in homes and businesses - the 'Green Deal' - with the remainder of the Act dealing with securing fair competition in energy markets and the supply of low carbon energy.
Places:
England

URL published 01/03/2011

Description:
This report sets out an evidence base of the technical potential for renewable and low carbon energy technologies within the East Midlands. It aims to assist local planning authorities across the East Midlands in developing well-founded policies and strategies that support low carbon energy deployment up to 2030.
Places:
[none]

URL published 01/01/2010

Description:
This Strategy provides an overarching framework for the City's plans, programmes and initiatives relating to sustainable energy supply and use to 2020: - cutting emissions, - maintaining energy security, - maximising economic opportunities, and - protecting the most vulnerable. The Strategy and the associated action plan will ensure that Nottingham accelerates the development, use and value of its energy resource and energy efficiency potential.
Places:
City of Nottingham

URL published 01/11/2009

Description:
An Act to enable local planning authorities to set requirements for energy use and energy efficiency in local plans
Places:
England

URL published 01/11/2009

Description:
The Policy Framework aims to inform local development planning by providing evidence for the case for higher energy performance standards in new development across the county.
Places:
Nottinghamshire

URL published 22/05/2007

Description:
The planning guidance requires 10% of the energy supply (interpreted through carbon emissions) in all new developments over 1,000 square metres to be gained on-site and renewably and/or from a decentralised, renewable or low carbon energy supply. Objectives: To reduce energy consumption and reduce carbon footprint. Encourage energy efficiency in the design of new buildings. Reduce the number of residents experiencing fuel poverty. Contribute to making Nottingham a cleaner city.
Places:
City of Nottingham

URL published 01/01/2005

Description:
The aim in producing these new estimated electricity consumption data below local authority (LA) level is to allow LAs and other interested bodies to more easily target specific areas as part of the implementation and monitoring of local energy strategies. This information has been produced because at a DTI seminar in 2005, users of the sub national energy data confirmed that the most appropriate geographical level to produce more disaggregated energy consumption estimates would be at middle layer super output area level.
Places:
England

URL published 01/01/2004

Description:
The aim in producing these new estimated electricity consumption data below local authority (LA) level is to allow LAs and other interested bodies to more easily target specific areas as part of the implementation and monitoring of local energy strategies. This information has been produced because at a DTI seminar in 2005, users of the sub national energy data confirmed that the most appropriate geographical level to produce more disaggregated energy consumption estimates would be at middle layer super output area level.
Places:
East Midlands

URL published 01/01/2004

Description:
The aim in producing these new estimated electricity consumption data below local authority (LA) level is to allow LAs and other interested bodies to more easily target specific areas as part of the implementation and monitoring of local energy strategies. This information has been produced because at a DTI seminar in 2005, users of the sub national energy data confirmed that the most appropriate geographical level to produce more disaggregated energy consumption estimates would be at middle layer super output area level.
Places:
England

URL published 01/01/2003

Description:
The aim in producing these new estimated electricity consumption data below local authority (LA) level is to allow LAs and other interested bodies to more easily target specific areas as part of the implementation and monitoring of local energy strategies. This information has been produced because at a DTI seminar in 2005, users of the sub national energy data confirmed that the most appropriate geographical level to produce more disaggregated energy consumption estimates would be at middle layer super output area level.
Places:
England