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Bedford Borough Council

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… has generated income and also educates the local community on alternative sources of energy Replacing and reducing the number of transformers in Borough Hall basement (this equipment is very old and out of date) Investigating possibilities of an Energy Park at a closed landfill site to include anaerobic digestion, ground source heat pumps, solar and battery storage Converted from…

…. Significant benefits in supporting operational costs and security of supply for Council buildings where heat pumps, batteries and EV charging points are installed in future Utilising renewable generated energy is vital to reducing CO2 and energy demand from our sites. To be fully green, our electricity and heating will need to come from renewable sources can be (direct) 28 Carbon…

…) 30 Carbon Reduction Delivery Strategy 2020-2030 Continued... Priority Area 1: Operational Council Buildings Action Planned Outcome/ Impact Timeframe (Short- Long term) Total estimated cost/ Resource requirement Estimated saving per year / payback/ benefit Estimated CO2 reduction (direct/ indirect) Heating system replacements to heat pumps Review heating replacements for council…

… buildings to identify opportunities to switch to heat pumps Medium to long term Indicative costs of installing a heat pump are around £500- 1000/kW for non-domestic buildings. (If replacing with a gas boiler costs are around £60-100/kW for non- domestic) Unknown at this time pending further evaluation and options Research indicates that switching to heat pumps could potentially reduce…


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