Manchester could meet its net zero goal if local authorities prioritise ways to use 25% less energy.
That's according to a new report carried out by energy experts on behalf of the gas network Cadent and Electricity North West, which suggests the region has even the potential to be transformed into an 'energy transition lighthouse for the rest of the UK' with actions to tackle energy inefficiency.
The study stresses the need to ditch fossil fuel gas in favour of hydrogen, and use green electricity generated locally by rooftop solar PV panels, onshore wind and biofuels.
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