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Cambridge City Council

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… this Carbon Management Plan to help deliver this objective. The Plan sets out how the Council will continue to reduce carbon emissions from its buildings and fleet, which in 2019/20 was responsible for 1.1% of the city’s emissions. Over the next five years, the Council will continue to act to reduce the carbon emissions from the sources that it controls directly and has the greatest influence over…

… Exchange 146 Temporary Housing 70 Community Centres 150 Sheltered Housing Communal Areas 535 Administration Buildings 273 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19 2019/20 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 5000 to nn es C O 2 Gas Emissions Electricity Emissions Fleet Business Travel Figure 9. Total Carbon Emissions Cambridge City Council | Carbon Management

… at Parkside Pool is planned to be completed by September 2021. The following measures will be installed at Abbey Pool: ● A ground source heat pump (GSHP), BEMS and pipework insulation, which will reduce the centre’s gas consumption by 45.1%, reduce carbon emissions by approximately 107 tonnes of CO2, and reduce the Council’s total carbon emissions by approximately 1.9%. ● Currently…

… to Achieving Net Zero Carbon Emissions Across the Council’s Corporate Buildings As part of the development of the new Carbon Management Plan, we commissioned Bouygues to produce a high-level study to identify the measures needed for the Council to reduce its direct emissions from corporate buildings to net zero carbon and what level of capital investment would be required. The report focussed…

… TC O 2/ an nu m Annual Carbon Projection (baseline) Annual Carbon Projection (reporting) Cambridge City Council | Carbon Management Plan 2021-2026 page 20 reduction measures will broadly be around £38.4m between 2021 and 2050. This is because the ongoing maintenance costs and electricity costs to run the pumps are higher than the maintenance and running costs of gas boilers…


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