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SAVING HOME ENERGY

With the rising cost of energy bills, there is no better time than now to start thinking of ways to reduce our household energy usage.

Whether you are a homeowner, tenant, or if you live with your parents, there are a number of things that you can do to save home energy that can reduce household bills and carbon footprint. Find out more here.

Climate Change Plan 2022-2027 published

The Isle of Man has taken a step closer to preserving our planet for future generations

The recently published Isle of Man Climate Change Plan 2022-2027 lays out key actions to reducing the Island’s greenhouse gas emissions over the next 5 years. This ensures that we stay on track to reach net zero by 2050.

It’s a legal obligation under the Climate Change Act 2021 for the Island to have a Climate Change Plan in place. It replaces the Phase One Climate Action Plan which ran from January 2020 to April 2022. The Climate Change Plan will be debated in Tynwald in October.

Decarbonising homes on the island

A report which outlines three possible pathways to decarbonise heating systems in the Isle of Man’s 43,000 homes and buildings has been published.

Read the Renewable Heating Scenarios Report  2021.

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Climate Change Plan 2022-2027 Published

The Isle of Man has taken a step closer to preserving our planet for future generations

Water Saving Week 2022

Save water, save money, save the planet

23rd -27th May 2022 is Water Saving Week. We can all help to save water by making small changes in our daily lives. These changes will not only make a difference to water stocks and the environment, but they could also save you money.