Chichester District Council have issued an update of progress being made under their Climate Emergency Action Plan, which has a target of a 10% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions year on year until 2025 for both the council and for the Chichester District as a whole.
Over a quarter of a million pounds of funding has already been awarded to residents in the Chichester District over the last two years to help make their homes more energy efficient, with further funding on its way. The update describes the initiatives under the action plan and other schemes available to help people improve the energy efficiency of their homes. It also provides details of a virtual meeting on Zoom the council are staging to update residents and interested groups on the council’s Climate Emergency Action Plan on 17th February 2022 between 6.30pm and 8pm.
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