What’s stopping people – both as individuals and through community groups – from going ahead and producing their own electricity from London’s often unused rooftops?
Politics has changed dramatically in the last couple of months and some people who were successfully wooed by the Green Party could now be looking enthusiastically at Jeremy Corbyn.
The next Mayor needs an independent audit of the New Routemaster to get to the truth of what the benefits really are and whether the downsides have been underplayed in order to justify a project which never should have been given the green light.
London’s population is expected to rise further and could reach 11 million people within the next 30 years, this will have major implications for housing, workplaces, schools, healthcare and leisure facilities for 2.4 million extra people.
According to figures from the Department of Energy and Climate Change, solar panels are installed on less than 0.5 per cent of homes in London. One way this figure can be improved is through community schemes like the one the London Assembly Environment Committee recently visited.