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Inverclyde Council

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… automatic meter reading equipment and Building Energy Management System software. 3.4 Street lighting The Council is currently implementing a programme to replace existing street lamps with Light Emitting Diode (LED) lamps. LED lamps use much less electricity and provide a better quality of light output. The Council further considers possibilities for reducing operation time and dimming lamps. 3.5…

… by the end of the Plan period. The Council then devised a new Carbon Management Plan with a carbon reduction target of 12% by end 2016/17 using a baseline of 2011/12. The plan sought to reduce carbon emissions from the following sources: • Energy use in buildingsEnergy use for street lighting • Fuel use for fleet transport • Business travel miles • Water use in buildings • Municipal waste…

…. Sustainable development is a key theme running throughout the Local Development Plan with the mitigation of and adaptation to climate change seen as a core responsibility of the Council with respect to its duties as a planning authority. It incorporates the nature of land use, energy efficiency of buildings and the adoption of renewable/low carbon energy, sustainable transport and identifies criteria…

… Efficiency Strategies’ that take an area based approach to delivering energy efficiency and heat decarbonisation. Achieving such targets will require a transformational change in terms of energy provision and other aspects of society that contribute to climate change. The Climate Change Plan recognises the Council’s responsibility to contribute to this transformation. The Council will, therefore…

… was written setting a new target of 12% by 2016/17 from a 2011/12 baseline. The revised Plan incorporated emissions from energy use in buildings and street lighting, fleet transport and staff business travel, municipal waste and water use. Furthermore, a ‘carbon group’ was formed made up of Council staff whose work influences emissions from these sources. The group has been retained for the Climate…

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