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Wolverhampton City Council

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… electricity Street lighting Council fleet vehicles Officer business mileage Air miles Electricity (total 8,043 tCO2) Council: 4,089 tCO2 Street lighting: 3,954 tCO2 Heating (total: 4,802 tCO2) Heating: 4,802 tCO2 Transport (total: 2,847 tCO2) Council fleet: 2,470 tCO2 Employee business mileage: 371 tCO2 Air miles: 6 tCO2 Council total: 15,692 tCO2 The council has committed to becoming net zero

… by the department of Business Energy and Industrial Strategy. The West Midlands Combined Authority has declared that the West Midlands should be net zero by 2041 to meet the 2015 Paris Agreement. Following public consultation, 89% of respondents said that Wolverhampton should have a target of 2041 or sooner. The City of Wolverhampton Council welcomes an initial Wolverhampton wide target of 2041 for the city…


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