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Cheltenham Borough Council

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… with the carbon neutral target • Procuring 100% renewable electricity at all sites • Introducing a zero carbon sports and leisure experience • Upgrading the crematorium to zero carbon operation • Introducing a Net Positive council office as the headquarters of the Council • Developing the business case for renewable energy, like wind and solar power, on suitable sites • Installing solar powered…

…, to reduce energy use. The second aspect is to ensure that as far as is practicable, the energy used is zero carbon. This means, for example, investing in solar energy and other renewable energy sources. CO2 CO2 CO2 CO2 CO2 CO2 10 10 The third aspect is to invest in external emissions reduction. For example, this could be by investing directly in solar energy

… from the three substations that feed Cheltenham9 was 22,011 kVA. Not all this capacity is within the Borough and not all is likely to be running at full capacity at any time, so renewable energy generated is estimated to save 3,237 t CO2e during the year. Tree cover is estimated at 32% and captures approximately 200 t CO2e a year across the Borough.10 9 In addition…

…. This entity will sell renewable energy directly to local customers, including the Borough Council itself, supported by 100% renewable energy generated outside the Borough. Cheltenham Energy will complement the Climate Action Fund and provide an additional mobilisation force and financial instrument to enable decarbonisation at scale. Preliminary discussions have shown that there is interest…

…, and the impact of significant investments where the Council is a major shareholder, are included. It also includes the positive impact of any investments that the Council makes, for example, in renewable energy. For the Borough, the boundary defines the geographical area after the Local Government Act 1972,5 with the alterations effected under The Gloucestershire (District Boundaries) Order 1991.6…


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