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Worcestershire County Council

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… sources - Scope 1 „ Gas and other fossil fuels used to heat WCC buildings „ Petrol and diesel used to power WCC fleet vehicles Indirect emissions from generation of electricity purchased by WCC - Scope 2 „ Grid generated electricity used to power WCC buildings, street lighting and electric fleet vehicles Other indirect emissions from sources not owned or controlled by WCC - Scope 3…

…, by installing further electric vehicle charge points etc; 6. Seek to take the most cost-effective measures it can and take opportunity to generate income where possible; 7. Communicate the challenge of climate change raising the awareness of residents and staff of the need to cut carbon emissions and improve resilience to climatic change; the council’s role in this and how everyone can play their part…

… and flexibility of Worcestershire’s power grid. „ Investment in digital infrastructure, which has enabled changes in patterns of working and travel. An accelerated impact of this was observed during Covid-19 lockdown. Promoting Low Carbon Transport and Active Travel „ Installation of electric vehicle charge points in car parks across the county. These have predominantly been funded by central…

… set to continue, action taken now to reduce fuel consumption will lessen the financial impact of this trend. Investment in lower maintenance vehicles, such as electric vehicles, will also reduce maintenance costs significantly. Staff mileage (grey fleet) cost the council £1.3million in 2019/20, with staff travelling 2.75 million miles for work purposes. Notably, just over 10% of that mileage…

… gritters and grey fleet emitted 3 tonnes of NOx and 48kg of particulates last year. There are several air quality management areas in Worcestershire, including the whole of Worcester City. From 2030 there will be a ban on sales of new petrol and diesel cars and vans. By 2030 all new cars and vans will be required to be ultra low emission vehicles (ULEVs). What have WCC achieved so far? Carbon…

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