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Reading Borough Council

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…. Energy saving measures include insulation, LED lighting and controls, heating upgrades, electrification of heat and solar pv. Additional Salix funds have been invested in smaller building projects across the council estate, totalling 101 projects, and £1.4m investment. Renewable energy To date the Council has installed over 7,500 solar panels on 40+ council, community and school buildings

… communities, as we already do for our Council tenants. 4.4.2 Action plan Sector Action Timing Demand side response Implement fast frequency response demand for largest council loads 2023 Battery storage Install batteries at Council site – Subject to Reading Zero Carbon Accelerator funding (bid submitted, result awaited) 2022 to 2023 Vehicle to Grid (V2G) Initial purchase of V2G…

… management, and identifies actions to achieve these within the time period 2020-2025. The plan includes actions to ensure the authority is compliant with relevant legislation (such as Energy Performance in Buildings legislation) and national reporting requirements (such as Greenhouse Gas Protocols). The Plan will assist the council in making energy and water management an integral part of its decision…

…-making processes, to ensure efficient use of these resources today and in the future. Crucially, the implementation of the Plan will: • Contribute to the Corporate Plan aim to ‘Build a Council fit for the future’ by improving the efficiency of our operations and minimising costs • Deliver many of the Council’s commitments as set out in the Reading Climate Emergency Strategy 2020-25 • Enable…

… and gas, for buildings and street lighting, with a small volume of fuel oil for heating buildings, with the cost in 2018/19 totalling over £1.8m. Figure 3.1: Breakdown of Reading Borough Council carbon footprint, 2018/19 The carbon emissions from energy used in buildings accounted for 68% of the Council’s carbon footprint in 2018/19, as shown in Figure 3.1 above. Carbon emissions from street…


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