REMeDY was a project led by Southend-on-Sea City Council and funded by Innovate UK. The aim of the project is to bring low cost and low carbon heating to residents and businesses in Southend. It used a business model that could work across the UK. Nearly 80% of the carbon footprint of Southend is from homes and commercial buildings. The rest comes from transport. REMeDY found a solution to make it possible to move away from gas and instead to use low carbon heating on the path to Southend's 2030 Net Zero target.
For more information, visit the REMeDY website.