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London Borough of Bromley

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… to decrease over time as more national grid electricity is generated from renewables and fossil fuels are phased out. This will help lower LBB’s emissions from electricity consumption. However, there remains significant uncertainty over the rate of this change, hence why strong action to implement energy efficiency measures will remain imperative for achieving carbon neutrality by 2029. 3.23 The Parks…

…. 7 3.28 Initiative 1: STREET LIGHTING LED UPGRADE Electricity consumption from Bromley’s 28,000 street lights currently accounts for approximately 37% of the Council’s carbon emissions. Of the 28,000 lights, 10,000 have already been replaced with energy efficient LED lanterns, achieving annual cost savings in excess of £670,000. The Council are now keen to build on past achievements…

… initiatives (potentially delivering a 95% reduction in emissions), then offset all remaining residual emissions through a mix of suitable initiatives outlined in table 2: Table 2 Reduce LBB’s Direct Organisational Emissions 1 Street Lighting LED Upgrade Upgrade remaining 14,000 street lights to LED (including dimming capability and photocells). 2 Buildings: energy efficiency Work closely…

… with LBB’s Energy Manager to identify and install energy efficiency measures and smart technology across Bromley Council’s estate by targeting the most energy intensive buildings with the highest consumption. 3 Renewable Energy Procure 100% renewable electricity and gas. 4 Council Fleet Switch to an electric vehicle fleet. Offset Residual Emissions 5 Solar Farms This initiative would help…

… installation date. However, production has recommenced, and installation works began last month (October). Apart from the benefits of improved light quality for both pedestrians and road users, this latest project is set to achieve the following:  Annual cost saving: £360k  Annual carbon saving: 663 tCO2e  Project payback: 3.1 years 3.29 Initiative 2: BUILDINGS (ENERGY EFFICIENCY) Energy


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