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Derbyshire Dales District Council

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… Business Centre Replace any residual lighting with LED. Consider replacing gas-fired radiant/convective heating with air source heat pump if possible. Potential for PV on roof (~2,300m2 SW-facing) All occupied sites There is typically scope for increasing energy efficiency via optimised controls and housekeeping in conjunction with occupant behaviour change. Any residual non-LED lighting…

… should be replaced with LED lighting and occupancy controls fitted where appropriate. Ashbourne Depot Convert any residual non-LED lighting to LED Cricket Pavilion New gas-fired boiler: consider electric (air source heat pump) alternative. Install LED lighting with occupancy detection controls 17 | P a g e Darley Dale Depot Replace any residual non-LED lighting with LEDs…

…. Consider replacing gas-fired convector heater with air source heat pump. Replace gas-fired heating in offices, mess room, locker rooms with air source and/or electric radiator panels. Potential for PV on roof (~380 m2 SE-facing) Matlock Town Hall Check roof above Council Chamber and 1900s building for insulation and apply to latest standards if not present. Consider replacing single-gazed…

… below.) It might be technically viable to decarbonise heating in several buildings, including Bakewell Pavilion, Northwood Depot, and the Agricultural Business Centre (ABC) in Bakewell (air source heat pumps), and Matlock Town Hall (with a biomass boiler). Bakewell ABC may prove problematic technically owing to the open nature of much of the site, meaning that it may be preferable to either…

…, and will require additional justification criteria. An approximate estimate for the biomass boiler project at Town Hall is £175k, at a significant marginal cost of perhaps £143k over a like-for-like fossil fuel replacement, with a simple payback of around 15 years. The heat pump projects would range in cost from £5k to £30k and again would see paybacks, if at all, of over ten years. 5.1.3 Low-carbon…

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