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City of Edinburgh Council

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… (presented to Committee in the draft CERP in April 2021). This means that emissions reductions achieved during the pandemic need be sustained in the coming years to ensure the Council does not exceed its carbon budget for this period. 4.6 Emissions have decreased by 11% during 2020/21. The main reason for this is the reduction in electricity consumption (mainly due to property closures during…

…, Active Travel, Street Lighting, Human Resources, Corporate Property and Facilities Management and Waste Services in compiling this report. 7.2 While the financial challenges in achieving net zero emissions will be significant, it should be noted that investing in carbon reduction projects often results in wider co- benefits such as the creation of local jobs, improved air quality and public health…

… for the decrease is due to the reduction in electricity consumption - mainly due to lighting or other energy efficiency upgrades, property closures during the pandemic, and grid decarbonization. Detailed reasons for change are explained in the Council’s latest Public Bodies Climate Change Duties Report. Council emissions decreased significantly by 66% compared to 2005/06, surpassing our target…

… the suitability of their own estate to connect to heat networks (Heat Networks (Scotland) Act 2021). Commitment to phasing out the need to install new or replacement fossil fuel boilers in off gas properties from 2025, and in on-gas areas from 2030 invest at least £200m in the Scottish public sector estate over the course of this parliament to improve and reduce energy use and install zero emissions…

… concierge, communal heating etc.) Table 4: Repartition of Council buildings –* The 665 buildings are spread across 282 sites - 254 Council operational sites and 28 PPP/DBFM sites No of Buildings Floor area (m2) Edinburgh Leisure 52 69,152 PPP/DBFM 35 211,348 Council Properties 578 639,999 TOTAL 665 920,499 Figure 5: Breakdown of buildings emissions per building type (Includes PPP2…

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