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Lincolnshire County Council

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… an effective carbon management plan will help to save money on the cost of energy, water, transport and waste and contribute to the efficient use of Council resources Reputation: Our creative and innovative approach will stimulate a regional low carbon transition and strengthen relationships between the public sector and local businesses, while enhancing the public image of the Council. Building…

… of carbon management activities 2 1 4 5 6 3 3 Current footprint of the council Before we set reduction targets, it is important to understand our current emissions footprint 2016/17 Baseline statistics Energy Transport Water Total Baseline CO2e emissions (tonnes) 23,783 4,635 262 28,679 Baseline Cost…

… (£) £5,629,370 £4,416,076 £647,374 £10,692,819 4 Current footprint of the council 82.9% 16.2% 0.9% Breakdown of carbon emissions (CO2e) Energy Transport Water 52.6% 41.3% 6.1% Breakdown of carbon related costs (£) Energy Transport Water Carbon intensity of transport will generate a higher saving per kgCO2e saved 5 Carbon reduction target 2018…

… increase from £10.7m to £14.2m by 2023 – an increase of approx. £3.5m. Achieving a 20% reduction in carbon emissions over the whole five years could result in cumulative savings of £12.4m (as shown by hatched area). Estimates include a prediction of energy/resource price inflation of 4% annually, hence even in a 20% reduction scenario, overall prices increase. 7 Planned carbon saving projects…


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