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Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council

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… the following core approaches: Implementation of energy improvement programmes; Building rationalisation programme, consolidation and reduction of operational buildings and overall floor space by improving space utilisation and building efficiency; Making the existing building stock as energy efficient as possible, installing renewable and low carbon technologies where practicable and viable; and Ensuring…

… and if more than 20% of household income goes on energy bills the household is deemed to be in extreme fuel poverty. The Council has implemented a number of previous, current and proposed improvement programmes to address and alleviate fuel poverty, including: Warm Wales (2006-2008) – a Council wide energy efficiency scheme; Renewal Areas (2004-2017); Regeneration - Port Talbot Vibrant & Viable Places…

… a variety of measures to reduce the Council’s own carbon emissions whilst carrying out its business. To reduce energy consumption or where reduction is not possible, to use fuel sources that are less harmful to the environment. To address any barriers to the development of renewable energy across the County Borough and to promote the sustainable and appropriate use of renewable resources. To maximise…

… which require the new building to achieve a BREEAM excellent rating. BREEAM is an environmental accreditation which covers elements such as green travel, energy performance, insulation, carbon reduction and green energy. 4.2.3.5 When a BREEAM rating is required, the Council will investigate a variety of energy efficient installation for each building and select and install the most appropriate…

… with the availability of energy resources, the production of energy from renewable resources and the need to make efficient use of energy has become increasingly important. 1.2.3 ‘Renewable Energy’ sources are those which are continuously and sustainably available in our environment (e.g. the sun, wind and the fall/movement of water). Renewable and low carbon energy developments can include schemes such as Wind…

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