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High Peak Borough Council

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…, leisure centres, fleet vehicles, staff travel during work and Councillors’ travel. A total of over 3,704 tonnes of CO2e in 2019/20. These represent part of the council’s overall CO2e emissions. During 2021/22 further work will be undertaken to ensure all data is included to form a baseline against which progress on CO2e reduction can be measured. 0 500 1000 1500 2000 Council o�ces energy use…

Leisure centres energy use Council vehicles Sta� travel Councillor's travel Technically for the purpose of reporting these figures cover the two types of Greenhouse gas emissions – referred to as scope 1 and 2. Scope 1 covers direct emissions from owned or controlled sources – such as the fuel used by council vehicles. Scope 2 covers indirect emissions from things like the generation…

… to be included in the 2022 plan update 20 HPBC EMISSIONS - OTHER BUILDINGS HPBC/SMDC: COUNCIL EMISSIONS Baseline CO2e (2019 unless otherwise stated): Aim Measures Council Strategy/Plan Activity - 2021/22 Responsibility Risks/ assumptions Target (CO2e) Leisure Centres Council owned buildings not directly controlled. HPBC (2019/20): Electric – 732 metric tonnes Gas - 823.9 metric…

… Transformation Plan Head of Service Commissioning Head of Assets Head of Finance In the current contract responsibility for utilities is with the contractor – changes will need to be negotiated. The current contract has created an incentive towards energy efficiency – e.g. LED lights have been installed – and this trend will continue. Determined during the 2021 leisure centre review…


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