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West Lothian Council

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… and transport. West Lothian Wide Emissions Statistical data for carbon dioxide emissions at a local authority level is published annually by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and includes estimated emissions from the industrial and commercial sector, domestic emissions including from gas and electricity consumption and emissions from transport. From 2014 the dataset…

… alternatives. The council will continue to invest in energy efficiency, renewable energy and other low carbon solutions to reduce our energy consumption and related emissions. We will reduce our emissions in buildings in line with the net-zero targets set out in section 3.2 of the Strategy. Action E2 West Lothian Council - Climate Change Strategy22 Improving Energy Efficiency &…

… in the Scottish government’s Learning Estate Investment Programme (LEIP) and the BB101 (2018) standards for ventilation, thermal comfort and indoor air quality. The LEIP targets set out a challenging objective of achieving a measurable total energy consumption of 67kWh/m² in operational use, far lower than current averages. In the Climate Change Plan 2018-2032 Update published in December 2020…

… the energy efficiency of new buildings and include measures in support of the move to low carbon and renewable heat. The council will make a strong commitment to ensuring that our future new build housing stock is as energy efficient as possible. It is proposed that all new build council housing stock are designed and constructed to meet the requirements to achieve an A – Rated Energy Performance

… Certificate (EPC) in terms of both the building’senergy efficiency rating’, and the building’s ‘environmental impact rating’, which shows the buildings CO2 emissions. In addition to this it is proposed that all future new build council housing stock should meet all 8 requirements to achieve the current Scottish Building Standards “Silver” Standard. The council will investigate the implementation…


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