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Ceredigion County Council

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…, by 2022/23. 15% Ceredigion County Council CMP 2018/19 | 8 > Clean heating: Potential plans for additional new biomass fired district-heating schemes in several areas, and improved heating systems in schools across the region. > Transport: More energy efficient Council fleet vehicles, with the potential for an electric vehicle pilot scheme. The projects identified in this plan have…

… £869,200.00 £63,350.50 179 13.72 13.8% 2018 A 2 year programme to convert every streetlight to LED where possible. 2 School heating 1 TBC £343,500.00 £20,000.75 17 17.17 1.3% 2019 Conversion of school heating systems from electric to wet (fired by natural gas or LPG) in 2018/19. 3 School heating 2 TBC £225,000.00 £6,596.78 5 34.11 0.4% 2020 Conversion of school heating systems from…

… electric to wet (fired by natural gas or LPG) in 2019/20. 4 School heating 3 TBC £244,000.00 £3,004.57 4 81.21 0.3% 2021 Conversion of school heating systems from electric to wet (fired by natural gas or LPG) in 2020/21. 5 Fleet renewal TBC £2,227,861.00 £13,567.67 28 164.20 2.1% 2019 Replacement of 16 of the most inefficient tippers/fleet vehicles with EURO 6 rated vehicles. 6 Building…

… diesel [17%], petrol [8%], LPG [7%], gas [16%] and electricity [41%] for heating, lighting, transport and to power equipment. This baseline figure also includes the use of biomass and kerosene, which are important for heating and energy generation in more rural locations where a grid connection is not available. 80% Carbon reduction across Wales by 2050 Reduce local energy costs and emissions…

… gases into the atmosphere. These gases trap more heat in the Earth’s atmosphere, leading to an increase in global temperatures. A warming planet will lead to a variety of mainly adverse effects on natural systems, causing increases in extreme weather conditions, changing rainfall patterns and rising sea levels. The latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report is very clear…

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