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Babergh District Council

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…. The council contracted Groundwork Suffolk to prepare a baseline of emissions and to develop recommendations. Initial results show, that the council’s two largest emitters were our leisure centres and our waste vehicles. ➢ Alongside Babergh, we are the first rural UK council to switch its fleet to Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO). A 90% reduction in emissions is expected from the switch…

…. ➢ The councils’ two leisure centres have successfully transferred to certified low carbon tariffs for electricity use. ➢ The councils’ grounds maintenance team are using electric strimmers and bushcutters as opposed to diesel powered equipment. ➢ The development and refurbishment of 6 Cross Street, Eye will include several low carbon improvements including: • Insulation including loft…

…, cavity wall, floor and external wall • Air source heat pump • Solar PV • LED lighting throughout the building Page 8 of 23 CLIMATE CHANGE AND BIODIVERSITY ANNUAL REPORT Low Carbon Solar carports ➢ Following a successful bid, the council secured funding for the installation of a solar multi-function carport at Stowmarket leisure centre. ➢ Mid Suffolk…

… alongside Babergh is one of the first councils to install these in public surface carparks. ➢ The scheme is a learning pilot for the council and has the potential to be rolled out elsewhere and links to the wider regional strategy regarding cumulative localised energy microgeneration ➢ The benefits of ‘multi-function’ include: • generating power on site to offset leisure centre

… and Babergh District Councils are installing a number of green energy measures at their leisure centres – providing the centres with renewable energy and reducing CO2 emissions. ➢ Work to install a mixture of both solar PV panels and an air source heat pump, at the leisure centres is now complete. ➢ The council-owned sites and measures include: • Mid Suffolk Leisure Centre


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