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Ceredigion County Council

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… baseline emission calculations covers: 163 sites, fleet transport and business transport. Emissions relating to waste and water were not included, because of a lack of data at the time of collection, however there might be scope to cover these in subsequent carbon management efforts. The emission sources we have included in our baseline are listed below, divided into Scopes 1, 2 and 3…

… vehicles • Fuel use in buildings and estates (e.g. gas, LPG, biomass and oil) Energy and utility bills • Fleet transport emissions (e.g. petrol and diesel) Mileage reports Scope 2 - emissions from purchased energy produced off site. • Electricity consumption in buildings and estates Energy and utility bills Scope 3 – all other emissions • Business travel (public transport and staff…

… diesel [17%], petrol [8%], LPG [7%], gas [16%] and electricity [41%] for heating, lighting, transport and to power equipment. This baseline figure also includes the use of biomass and kerosene, which are important for heating and energy generation in more rural locations where a grid connection is not available. 80% Carbon reduction across Wales by 2050 Reduce local energy costs and emissions…

…, by 2022/23. 15% Ceredigion County Council CMP 2018/19 | 8 > Clean heating: Potential plans for additional new biomass fired district-heating schemes in several areas, and improved heating systems in schools across the region. > Transport: More energy efficient Council fleet vehicles, with the potential for an electric vehicle pilot scheme. The projects identified in this plan have…

… that this will affect water supplies, agriculture, power, transport and infrastructure, as well as human health. Many of these impacts are already becoming apparent. The UK has specific domestic and international commitments in reducing emissions of greenhouse gases. Many public sector bodies and private businesses are taking a strategic view of carbon emissions, under pressure from regulation, market forces…

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