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East Lindsey District Council

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… a detailed cost-benefit analysis. Upgrading street and promenade lighting under ELDC’s control to LED and introducing advanced controls Public lighting Replacing existing internal combustion engine vehicle fleet with battery powered electric vehicles Fleet electrification Roll out of regular driver training and comprehensive telematics Fleet management Encouraging low carbon transport…

…, yielding a daily average of 191 miles per operational day. This is within the range of a typical electric vehicle. • 98% of all fleet emissions arise from the use of diesel, compared to 2% from petrol. Although diesel vehicles are more efficient from a kgCO2/mile perspective, they release more harmful particulate matter and more NOX and SOX gases – major contributors to local air pollution. • Heavier…

Electric Vehicles (EVs), however the Council will remain open to exploring alternative future technologies (such as hydrogen fuel cell vehicles) as appropriate. Electrification of this fleet would lead to significant carbon reduction. To quantify this opportunity, it is has been assumed that all diesel vans and company cars (total of 65 vehicles) will be replaced by comparable EVs from 2021, while…

… costs) Further assumptions and information can be found in Appendix 3. 29292929 Further to the replacement of diesel vans and company cars with comparable electric vehicles (EVs), the rollout of electric HGVs to replace the diesel-fuelled waste fleet should follow once this technology becomes readily available. As the waste fleet is responsible for over 80% of total fleet emissions…


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