This solution will focus on the behavioural aspects of energy usage.
Ration carbon between a community 'block' and a framework alongside this could be implemented to ration it appropriately. It could more difficult to influence an individual households carbon usage than a community, so it may be possible to encourage a lower energy usage lifestyle on a large scale. Incentives for achieving a collectively lower energy usage could be financial incentives, and there is a possibility for accountability within the community, and so encouragement to use lower energy.
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