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Devon County Council

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… Effect of National Policy The anticipated increase of the proportion of biofuel in forecourt petrol and diesel supplies from 5% now to 11% by 2030/31 is expected to reduce emissions from the council’s transport operations. However, the county’s population is due to rise which will put additional demand for community services. Combining these two factors results in emissions from the council’s

…. In 2017/18 Devon County Council consumed 83 GWh of energy through its buildings’ use of electricity and heat and through its fleet, business and school transport use of fossil fuel for mobility. Renewable energy sources owned or facilitated by the council provided 0.3% of this energy consumption, which avoided emission of 102 tCO2e by enabling the council to consume less grid electricity…

… 6.1. Low Carbon Buildings 6.2. Fleet, Business and School Transport 6.3 Street Lighting 6.4. Additional Renewable Energy 6.5. Residual Corporate Emissions in 2030/31 7. Offsetting Corporate Emissions…

… are reported through two, separate carbon footprints: Its Corporate Carbon Footprint and its Supply Chain Carbon Footprint. 3.1.1. Corporate Carbon Footprint These are the emissions associated with the buildings, vehicles and street lighting that the council operates. It does not include any procured goods or commissioned services, other than for school transport; this is because robust data has been…

… policy will reduce annual carbon emissions from the council’s property to 2,018 tCO2e by 2030/31, a reduction of 72% since 2012/13. Projected emissions from corporate property in 2030/31 = 2,283 tCO2e 6.2. Fleet, Business and School Transport 6.2.1. Past Performance Baseline emissions from fleet, business…


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