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Tunbridge Wells Borough Council

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… best fit for TWBC enables the Council to map a path to continual improvement in carbon and energy management, driving down energy and fuel spend and their associated carbon dioxide emissions. 2.7 To develop a programme of activity for carbon management LASER were tasked with modelling several options and scenarios aimed at achieving carbon neutrality by 2030. The modelling is designed…

… moved to Heat Pumps, insulate those buildings for 20% reduction in heat loss. • 40% roll out LED lighting in all TWBC buildings where practicable. Page 10 of 20 Tunbridge Wells Borough Council Report of the Climate Emergency Advisory Panel - Corporate Carbon Reduction Plan • 10% reduction in streetlighting - switch offs or further trimming and dimming to reduce energy use

… cashflow under the six scenarios 2.17 As can be seen in figure 7 the options with biggest impact: - • Significantly reducing the estate, (light blue line), (though estate rationalisation has a very narrow focus on energy only and not on the council’s requirements or impacts in general). • Enhanced levels of energy savings in buildings combined with investment in large scale renewables…

… on the emissions reductions that have previously been achieved throughout the organisation. 1.24 A recommended pathway towards reducing emissions and meeting the Council’s ambition of being carbon neutral by 2030 has been modelled by LASER. The carbon reduction pathway considered the various reduction opportunities currently available to the Council including, energy efficiency, renewable energy

generation, procurement of green energy and off-setting. 1.25 To reach its carbon neutral ambition by 2030 as shown in figure 4 below, the Council needs to reduce its’ emission, against business as usual (BAU), by 25 per cent by 2022, 49 per cent by 2025 and 74 per cent by 2030. Page 7 of 20 Tunbridge Wells Borough Council Report of the Climate Emergency Advisory Panel…


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