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Argyll and Bute Council

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… consumption in our buildings, particularly fossil fuels. We need to consume less energy and be more efficient with heating oil, gas, electricity and water in our schools, offices, depots and other buildings. This will require building users to behave differently but also involve switching to alternative sources of energy and generate renewable energy where conditions allow for it. 3. Transport…

… Consumption Fossil Fuels and Biomass Over the last 15 years, Argyll and Bute Council has steadily reduced its heating oil consumption by approximately 73% (from circa 23 million kWh of oil per annum to circa 6.3 million kWh per annum), largely through fuel conversions to biomass/gas fuel sources and introduction of heat pumps, with lower cost and carbon emissions. The Council has 13 biomass…

… viable projects have now been delivered. Projects have been funded on a ‘spend to save’ basis and have accessed supportive UK Government funding in the form of Feed-in-Tariff (FIT) and Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI). We are aiming to update this study as part of a second phase of assessment. 11 sites were identified for energy efficiency improvements to be delivered through…

… private homes in mixed tenure blocks. 131 private owners were supported with 51 blocks of flats receiving insulation. This supports ACHA’s wider programme where they are installing over 1000 air source heat pumps across Argyll and Bute. Through the Energy Efficiency Forum, Argyll and Bute Council will continue to support key partners on their projects which will impact on reducing carbon…


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