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Worcestershire County Council

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… Worcestershire Energy Strategy 25 Adaptation to Climate Change 26 Annex 1 29 Net Zero Carbon Two Year Action Plan 2020-2022 29 Longer Term Net Zero Carbon Proposals: 40 Annex 2 44 Forecasted reduction in carbon intensity of UK electricity generation 44 Annex 3 46 WCC Carbon Reduction to Date and Projected 46 Worcestershire County Council - Net Zero Carbon Plan 2 Introduction 1 Net zero…

… of this document. WCC is seeking to cut carbon emissions from its property, transport and street lighting, as well as emissions from contracts, such as highways maintenance and household waste management. A total emissions reduction of 40% since 2009/10 has been achieved to date, with annual energy savings of c£400,000. WCC has a long history of action on climate change. The council led one of the UK’s…

… working with the Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) to deliver the County Energy Strategy, with its aim of cutting countywide emissions by 50% from 2005 levels by 2030. Throughout the life of the Worcestershire Climate Change Strategy and the council’s carbon management plans, the council has generated hundreds of thousands of kilowatt hours of renewable energy, supported residents…

… of energy and other resources, then » use energy and other resources as efficiently as possible » use renewable energy » explore carbon capture and storage where appropriate » offset remaining carbon emissions as a last resort 3. Offset emissions where necessary, prioritising local approaches to carbon offsetting which lead to local environmental and/or social improvements; 4. Be flexible…

… centres. As property owner, landlord and lessee, WCC’s property management decisions have a significant impact on carbon emissions. Heating and powering WCC buildings is set to cost more than £1.2million next year. Energy prices have significantly increased in the last few years, and this trend is set to continue. Action taken to reduce building energy consumption will lessen the impact…

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