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London Borough of Bromley

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… areas. 3.18 LBB’s carbon emissions is a continually moving number due to varying factors such as a changing national grid mix (with more renewables-generated energy becoming available) and carbon reductions achieved from ongoing projects (e.g. the more streetlights upgraded to LED, the fewer emissions). Hence, the ten-year action plan will remain fluid and evolve over time. 3.19 Various factors…

… with LBB’s Energy Manager to identify and install energy efficiency measures and smart technology across Bromley Council’s estate by targeting the most energy intensive buildings with the highest consumption. 3 Renewable Energy Procure 100% renewable electricity and gas. 4 Council Fleet Switch to an electric vehicle fleet. Offset Residual Emissions 5 Solar Farms This initiative would help…

… installation date. However, production has recommenced, and installation works began last month (October). Apart from the benefits of improved light quality for both pedestrians and road users, this latest project is set to achieve the following:  Annual cost saving: £360k  Annual carbon saving: 663 tCO2e  Project payback: 3.1 years 3.29 Initiative 2: BUILDINGS (ENERGY EFFICIENCY) Energy

… at strategic sites. Bases on the energy efficiency assessment findings, a planned upgrade programme will be developed that will in turn inform accurate carbon savings. 3.30 Initiative 3: 100% RENEWABLE ENERGY The most effective solution for reducing emissions is a rapid shift to 100% renewable electricity. Electricity associated emissions currently accounts for nearly 60% of LBB’s total net zero…

…). Renewable Energy Guarantee of Origin certificates (REGOs) can be purchased from energy suppliers that certify the electricity coming from the renewable energy element of the national grid. However, energy suppliers can purchase as many REGOs as they like to sell on to organisations/households, without purchasing/offering any true green energy itself. Hence, REGOs do not always come from suppliers…


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