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Cumbria County Council

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… for heating and hot water. The second largest are the offices as they are significant electricity users. Combined, these produce nearly two thirds of the corporate estate’s CO₂e emissions (see adjacent). Building CO₂e Reduction Building CO₂e emissions should be reduced in line with the energy hierarchy where the priority is to reduce a building’s energy demand followed by improving efficiency

… Lakeland District Council. 3The Climate Change Act (2008) set out the UK’s approach to the legally binding target of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by at least 80% by 2050, relative to 1990 levels. 13 Cumbria County Council Serving the people of Cumbria 14 The baseline CO₂e emission were established from the latest available energy consumption data.4 2.1 CCC Building Energy Usage Figure 1…

… CarbonManagement in Buildings Building energy (and associated CO₂e emissions) should be reduced in line with the energy hierarchy; the priority is to reduce a building’s energy demand followed by improving efficiency, and integrating renewable energy sources, once the first two areas have been addressed. Any remaining building related CO₂e emissions should then be offset by offsite renewable energy generation…

… the energy usage requirements for Cumbria House. The largest requirement is for ICT, this is reflected in the large electricity usage for the building. Reduce demand. Improve energy efficiency. Integrate renewable energy sources. Sourcing energy from renewable sources. Cost to implement Lighting - internal Lighting - external Chilling Heating ICT DHW Ventilation Catering Plant room Miscellaneous / small…

… on existing energy credentials and further develop Cumbria’s green energy infrastructure, whilst improving energy efficiency across businesses. The Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) have identified six priorities, reflecting the LIS and Green Grand Energy Challenge: Ideas - identifying or adopting new innovations creating a step change towards a low-carbon economy. People - creating safe and warm homes…


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