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Derbyshire Dales District Council

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… to meet its net zero goal. 15 | P a g e 4. Greenhouse gas objectives and targets 4.1 The GHG reduction hierarchy The council’s goal is net zero by 2030. There are typically four stages to a GHG reduction project: 1. Emissions reduction This typically includes lower overall energy use (for example, by improving energy efficiency in buildings or vehicles…

… of 2020. WCs Replace any residual fluorescent lighting with LED & occupancy detection controls Table 4: Building-related energy efficiency opportunities (summary) Indicative energy savings from these measures have been used to model carbon reductions from energy-efficiency measures, which are set out in Section 0. In addition, there are hypothetical newbuild and major refurbishment…

… the assessment and our experience of identifying and implementing energy efficiency programmes in similar organisations and building types. The measures envisaged are basic good practice which could normally be expected to have a simple payback of three years or less, but do not include higher costs measures such as the installation of double-glazing at the Town Hall, which would produce additional energy

… to reduce and offset the remaining emissions over the next decade. Net zero can be achieved by investing in the following projects: • Energy efficiency projects at key sites, including further roll-out of LED lighting, and improved heating • Replace Matlock Town Hall boiler with biomass equivalent • Consider electrifying heating at Bakewell Pavilion and Northwood Depot, and potentially also…

… to decarbonisation of the electricity grid (as forecast by BEIS – see above). As shown, without any action by the Council on energy and emissions management, emissions overall would fall from the 2019-20 value of just over 800 tCO2e to around 700 tCO2e by 2030, a decrease of 13%. In Section 0 we examine what the Council could achieve through proactive measures to further reduce energy use and GHG emissions…


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