In England, Nottingham’s ambition as a smart city is to reduce carbon emissions by 26% and generate 20% of its energy requirements from renewable and low carbon sources by 2020. The Nottingham City Council aims to create a citywide heat network that will further enable Nottingham to cope with climate change and build resilience to external energy price pressures. To speed up the process toward 20% energy efficiency improvement required by the EU by 2020, the huge energy-saving potential in the building sector and the expansion of existing district heating network with more energy efficient ones should be exploited.
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This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 646511