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West Lancashire Borough Council

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… with considerable retro-fitting, known renewable technologies and behavioural change and is considered deliverable within the economic cost originally accepted with the Climate Change Act in 2008. There are numerous additional benefits associated with achieving a low carbon future, for example, improved health and wellbeing, improved air quality, tackling fuel poverty, changes in land use and reduced…

… are as follows:  To achieve a sustainable and energy efficient corporate estate.  To integrate energy management across all relevant decision making processes, by applying the energy hierarchy to all areas of energy consumption.  To investigate and utilise renewable energy opportunities, on both buildings and Council- owned land, where feasible. 7.3 Considerations Decarbonising the Council…

… in the future, but this will take some time to consider. The Council is currently at early feasibility stages of investigating the suitability of Council owned land for a solar farm development. We are keen to investigate the commercial and environmental opportunities that investment in this area could provide, in terms of long term income generation that supports the Councils financial stability…


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