eThekwini is working towards implementing ambitious local legislative measures by 2020 that would enhance national regulations by allowing for all new buildings to be net zero carbon by 2030
Durban Climate Change Strategy includes requirement for businesses to adopt a range of energy efficiency technologies for 90% of lighting, heating, ventilation and cooling (HVAC) and water heating equipment by 2030
40% of Durban’s electricity consumption to be supplied from renewable energy by 2030, in line with the national long term targets
Exploring embedding appropriate requirements in Land-use Planning schemes, such as for renewable energy
Participant of the C40 South Africa Buildings Programme
Developing a Paris Agreement compatible climate action plan to ensure the city emissions are neutral by 2050
Detailed analyses, consultations, and interventions will be undertaken before specific regulations and policies are developed to deliver this commitment
eThekwini commits to ensure that all new and existing facilities that are owned, occupied and developed by the city are net-zero carbon in operation by 2030
Greenhouse gas emissions of local government operations are calculated and accounted for on an annual basis, focusing on individual facilities and identifying performance improvement opportunities
Durban Climate Change Strategy includes requirements for embedding renewable energy technologies on municipal assets
Energy efficiency pipeline projects already exist for municipal facilities
A comprehensive plan to be developed to outline how all municipal facilities, new and existing, will reach net zero carbon in operation by 2030 for municipal buildings
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