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Ceredigion County Council

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… already undertaken by Ceredigion County Council. Work will involve the installation of new more efficient boilers, lighting and other equipment. > Street lighting: New, energy efficient, LED street lighting to be rolled out across the Council’s streetlights. > Generation: Small and medium scale solar photovoltaic (PV) and wind projects - in addition to those undertaken as part of the last…

… 5-year plan - will further reduce the reliance on more carbon intensive grid electricity. 40.7% 16.0% 3.6% 8.5% 3.7% 7.3% 0.4% 2.2% 17.5% Breakdown of building energy emissions by fuel type Grid electricity Natural Gas Other Petrol Gas Oil LPG Biomass Kerosene Disel Ceredigion County Council will reduce the carbon by 15%, from a 2017/18 baseline of 8,649 tonnes CO2…

… • Designing a cost effective strategy Have the plan accepted, endorsed and promoted by senior management in the Organisation Implement Plan • Embedding carbon reduction into daily business Begin to implement initiatives as early as is feasible to start to reap benefits and to build up a track record of delivery that will give momentum. Ceredigion County Council CMP 2018/19 | 10 1. Carbon…

… Total Baseline CO2 emissions (tonnes) 6,091 2,558 0 8,649 Baseline Cost (£) £1,751,119 £1,754,393 £0 £3,505,512 Table 2: Breakdown of baseline CO2 emissions for 2017/18 From figure 3, it is possible to see that the majority of emissions from Ceredigion County Council are a result of stationary sites (buildings), which include schools, libraries and leisure centres but also street…

… by Ceredigion County Council to record, quantify and evaluate projects on an ongoing basis. The projects have been split into the following sections: > Building: all projects relating to efficiency measures, and other changes made to buildings, including their energy and heating supply. > Property rationalisation: projects where buildings will be removed from the Council’s list of owned assets…

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