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St Albans City and District Council

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… that is largely beyond the remit of the Council. However, with a housing stock of 4,684 buildings, we can reduce the impact of a proportion of local buildings. Building energy use makes up 85% of the Council’s Corporate emissions, therefore reducing our own energy use is a key concern for the organisation. Reducing our energy use will help us make financial savings in the longer term. If we can reduce our…

… and laptops have been replaced with new EPA Energy Star 6.0 laptops. Screensavers have been turned off and energy saving tips have been included to the training programmes. Our new Customer Relationship Management Software dramatically reduces paper use. Energy Efficient and Sustainable Construction: High standards of energy efficiency were incorporated to Westminster Lodge Leisure Centre which…

… Avoid greenwashing Page 24 Theme 2: Energy Use Why is this important? Roughly 64% of the emissions from the wider St Albans District come from energy use. In 2016, residents and businesses in the District used the equivalent of 141,000 tonnes of oil for our electricity and gas. Over the next 10 years we will need to reduce our energy consumption substantially, through improving the energy

performance of new and existing buildings, and transforming the way we use energy across communities and within industrial processes. There will need to be a complete shift to very low or zero carbon electricity generation, mostly from renewables and much of it decentralised. As well as reducing emissions, this will ensure we have a resilient energy supply, affordable energy for everyone in the long…

energy consumption by 62% by 2025/26, we will save £287,000 per year at today’s energy prices. By improving energy efficiency, we can also ensure that everyone, even the most vulnerable, can afford to stay warm enough in their home. In 2018, 4,114 households in St Albans (6.9%) experienced fuel poverty. This means that these residents may not have been able to keep their homes warm enough…


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