If you switch from a gas boiler to a heat pump, or from a petrol car to electric, how much carbon will you save, and what will it cost? It’s not easy to tell, but the Future Energy Tool is here to help.
The tool has been designed to help whole communities to establish a community scale picture of domestic energy usage, carbon emissions and energy costs, and to understand what types of low carbon interventions and scale of action are required to achieve a local net zero energy system by 2050. The tool will help you in setting ambitions, facilitating community scale planning and proposing collective and individual household action for a net zero future.
But it is just as much about engaging a community in a vision to reach net zero as it is about planning and taking the necessary actions.
Find out more and try the tool on the Wadebridge Renewables Energy Network website: