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London Borough of Ealing

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… on their electricity bills. We anticipate that the systems will have an installed life of up to 35 years, leading to a potential lifetime carbon dioxide saving of more than 4,000 tonnes. In 2020, the climate action and sustainability team and the schools project delivery unit worked together to secure grant funding to decarbonise heating systems and conduct energy audits to map a pathway to a low…

…, or laptops that we use every day. In large households, there may be dozens of theses electronic devices in use at any given time. Our heating controls, cookers, washing machines, and even coffee pots have computers inside, some of which can tell us just how much energy they are using, but to what end? Most of us do not know our total energy use and may not realise the impact our connected…

…, by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). The production emission baseline for Ealing’s strategy is from 2018. An easy way to think of production emissions is that they come mainly from the burning of fossil fuels as a source of energy for electricity, heat, hot water and to power vehicles in Ealing. Over time, more goods and services originate outside of Ealing…

… AND CLIMATE CHANGE? The Earth is surrounded by a layer of gases, which we call the atmosphere, it consists mostly of oxygen and nitrogen, with a small amount of other gases commonly referred to as greenhouse gases. When the sun’s rays hit the Earth’s surface, they warm the earth and heat radiates from the surface. It has conclusively been shown that greenhouse gases trap some…

… of that heat in the Earth’s atmosphere, this is known as the greenhouse effect and until recent years this has not been a problem. However, the concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere has risen in all but two of the past twenty years, crossing the ominous threshold of 40 billion tons for the first time in 2002, leading to rapidly melting glacial ice caps, increased flooding along…

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