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Tunbridge Wells Borough Council

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operations? Over the next 10 years to achieve our aim of a carbon neutral target the plan recognises that the Council will need to consider: Council buildings: energy to heat and power our buildings is a major source of emissions. Our aim is to reduce energy usage in our buildings including by exploring rationalisation of our estate, increasing insulation where possible, swapping to more…

…; Action Plan 2021-2022 Date of publication – 31 March 2021 Building emissions: In terms of the Council’s owned buildings/assets the top ten emitters are shown in chart 3.5 below. It should be noted that the Ameillia Scott was not part of the Council’s property portfolio at the time of the audit and therefore was not included in this round of assessments. The top 10 buildings account…

… in ways of reducing energy and water consumption across the Council’s estate. Dynamic energy management approaches using smart meter data to assess expected versus actual consumption at Council sites. Continual assessment and communication of building energy consumption data and escalation of consumption anomaly issues as they are identified. Page 31 of 31 Tunbridge Wells…

… reducing our emissions and will help to reduce the impact on the climate at both the local and national level. The Council is keen to demonstrate leadership by rapidly reducing its own carbon footprint, building on the emissions reductions that we have already achieved. This will require an overarching commitment by us all to prioritise action to reduce our energy consumption, reduce waste…

… climate change. In July 2019 Tunbridge Wells Borough Council, declared a Climate Emergency (FC29/19 – see Full Council minutes) and set an ambition to make its own operations, services and buildings carbon neutral by 2030. Following the declaration of a Climate Emergency, the Council established a cross- party Climate Emergency Advisory Panel (CEAP) to conduct an audit of the Council’s


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