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East Lindsey District Council

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… to the extraction, refining and transportation of natural gas. • Options for mitigating emissions from gas heating include substitution with district heating systems and electric heat pumps, as well as improving building fabric materials to improve heating efficiency. • Electricity emissions are likely to decrease year on year as more renewables are integrated into the UK national electricity grid and more coal…

… of the gas-fired space heating systems within Council offices and Council-operated leisure facilities represents a significant carbon reduction opportunity. While replacing (in some cases) relatively efficient gas-fired heating systems with air source heat pumps (ASHPs) is not expected to result in significant energy or cost savings, this could potentially reduce ELDC’s carbon footprint by ~9%. ASHPs can…

… reduction opportunities Electrification of space heating • Replacement of gas-fired heating systems with Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHPs) • 233 tCO2e/year saving • 9% reduction in total Council footprint Further assumptions and information can be found in Appendix 3. 26262626 Public lighting carbon reduction opportunities (4) Section 3: Carbon reduction opportunities ELDC has responsibility…

… a network of pre-insulated pipes carrying hot water. The heat source is often a combined heat and power (CHP) plant, but other heat sources such as electric heat pumps and waste heat recovery are also used. As well as offering the potential to decarbonise ELDCs natural gas emissions, district heating also improves air quality, provides low-cost heating as well as the ability to provide flexibility…


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