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Isles of Scilly

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… energy efficient, the installation of electric vehicle charging points around the islands and more recently the Climate Adaptation Scilly Project. This new Action Plan will move the determination still further and place the Council as a leader by example in protecting the islands for future generations. This Climate Change Action Plan celebrates what we have already achieved since our last…

… local partners and the community have taken over the last ten years, the investment into our critical infrastructure, the move away from fossil fuels, the installation of our electric vehicle charging points and how we have been working to protect our marine and terrestrial habitats and species. These milestones are welcomed, and were further strengthened by the Council’s recent declaration…

… to electric vehicles delivery of the Islands Go EV Community Car Share project through the Community Venture. The project which is now nearing completion has successfully installed 33 electric vehicle charging points across St Mary’s and the off islands and provided a fleet of ten electric vehicles available for hire to the community and businesses through a local Car Share scheme. The Council’s…

charging points at the airport. Since the programme finished, the Council has made further progress towards decarbonisation. In April 2021, the Council switched away from an electricity supply powered by fossil fuels and moved to a clean renewable energy tariff for all Council properties. In September 2021, the Council unanimously agreed to undertake a corporate estate rationalization…

… achieved over the last ten years. The next section of this plan showcases some of the major successes we have had. Image: Barefoot Photographer / Scilly Wildlife Trust Library Moving away from fossil fuels The St Mary’s airport solar garden installation of 48.8kWp produces an estimated 44,000 kWh of renewable energy a year to the national grid, as well as supporting the electric vehicle


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