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Warwick District Council

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…  Early priorities will be to reduce household emissions resulting from gas heating through building efficiency improvements and switching to green energy  Facilitate and incentivise energy efficiency measures to households in fuel poverty  Extend energy advice campaigns to reduce household energy consumption and energy costs  Provide a Climate Action Fund designed to incentivise…

… reduction measures e.g. public buildings; car parks  Review sub-metering installations as part of an improved energy monitoring strategy  Source 100 per cent of all electricity purchased by the Council via a ‘green tariff’  Expand the energy awareness campaign amongst council staff and contractors to reduce energy use  Consider voltage optimization technology to reduce energy consumption

… Economy initiatives • Ensure that business infrastructure is resilient to the risks of Climate Change Manage Energy Use – Commercial and Institutional Action will be needed to become more energy efficient and significantly expand local low carbon sources of energy with the capacity to store energy and encourage new energy generating technologies. Actions could be to: Item 6 / Page 30…

…. A Carbon Management Plan (Work Package 2) has been designed to reduce the Council’s own carbon footprint (2,948 tonnes ref: One Carbon World) to net zero over 5 years with costs measures and actions, energy saving and carbon reduction outcomes based on currently available data and assessment tools. Item 6 / Page 22 WDC Climate Emergency Action Programme ~ Executive Summary FINAL…

… ~ 31.1.2020 2 8. Considerable efforts have already been made within the Council to cut energy costs and reduce the Council’s carbon emissions. However, to meet the net zero target by 2025 a more concentrated programme of activity and investment is required. 9. In order to track the Council’s own carbon management performance, the Council is recommended to approve the preparation…


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