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Test Valley Borough Council

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… the site’s carbon footprint. There are currently seven electric vehicles within the Council’s fleet, being used by a number of teams. We have worked with partners to provide 18 electric vehicle charging points in public car parks in Romsey and Andover. The Council has grants and loans available for home improvements including enhancing energy efficiency and promote County-wide schemes providing…

… greenhouse gas emissions, ranging from the purchase of electric vans for its fleet, installing solar panel on the depot roof at Portway and soon to be completed Ganger Farm pavilion, and the introduction of LED lighting at its Beech Hurst offices. On some occasions the role of the Council, and the decisions that it needs to make, will appear to conflict with the larger task of tackling climate…

… as one of the main focuses for reducing carbon emissions. The Council already has some electric vehicles but the challenge lies predominantly with the larger refuse vehicles. In order to achieve a reduction the Council will assess the introduction of electric or alternative fuel vehicles before 2025. From then it is proposed that there will be a phased programme of replacing the current fleet…

… to support the use of Electric Vehicles including the installation of EV charging points at public car parks and council offices. To reduce fuel emissions and facilitate the move towards green travel options Consider viability of electrically operated bin lifts for refuse collection vehicles by the end of 2020 To facilitate the move to alternative fuels and power sources when they are available…


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