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04 Jan 2010 09:01:08

London area goes low carbon

London area goes low carbon
An area of north London has won a share of a £10 million fund to boost green standards within the community.

Muswell Hill, which is located in the London Borough of Haringey, has won £500,000 through the government's Low Carbon Communities Challenge.

Launched in July, the contest was aimed at identifying and developing key areas that will aid the UK's transition to a low carbon economy.

Cllr Claire Kober, leader of Haringey Council, said: "We are committed to cutting carbon emissions in Haringey and are working with businesses and residents to explore what practical measures can be put in place to help us do this.

"This award will enable us to develop sustainable energy sources in the borough for the benefit of the community and will further help us reach our ambitious CO2 reductions' targets."

The UK as a whole has an overall target on cutting down carbon emissions by 34 percent in the next ten years.

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