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Perth and Kinross Council

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… activities that the Council has been engaged in, over a period of years, to reduce emissions. Some headlines include: - ✓ We have reduced the total energy consumption from our buildings by 17% from 2012 levels, despite increasing the number of operational Council buildings. ✓ We have improved the energy performance of our Council Housing stock from 73% in 2015 to 82% in 2019 (Energy

… aim of the project is to develop a sustainable system that can be used to power buildings in the Council's estate and reduce ongoing energy costs and existing carbon footprint as part of a ‘Perth Smart Energy Network’. Although this project’s scope and primary aims are to service the Council's estate, there are a number of other potential exciting future possibilities such as giving…

… the Council a direct mechanism to help tackle fuel poverty, or the means to reduce the energy demand and costs of social housing, and passing these benefits onto vulnerable groups. This project has the potential to completely overhaul the way in which we power our Council estate not only saving the Council money on energy costs but also opening up a potential new income generation stream. 19…

…- this is what we need to do to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions. This can be achieved by making our homes, businesses and transport more energy efficient, or switching to carbon neutral energy sources. It can also involve positive actions to enhance our ability to absorb or capture Carbon Dioxide (CO2) such as increasing our woodland cover, or the restoration of peatlands. 2. Adaptation…

…/enacted 7 | P a g e More positively, many low carbon measures will deliver energy savings with resultant lower energy bills for citizens and organisations. Fundamentally however, several key studies, most notably the Stern Review: The Economics of Climate Change, have shown that delaying action will cost society much more…


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