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Amber Valley Borough Council

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… undertook a similar exercise. This can be attributed to a number of factors such as the effect of public sector cuts, demolition of obsolete and inefficient building assets, the installation of renewable energy (Solar PV), large scale LED retrofit, and a progressively more efficient fleet of vehicles. Budgets must be set aside, including an appetite to extend return on investment periods, to upgrade…

… portfolio. Utility Technology/Measure Consumption Reduction Potential (% kWh per annum) Maximum Emissions Savings Potential (tonnes CO2e)1 Electricity LED Lighting upgrade/retrofit 65% 93.41 Installation of PIR Sensors 20% 28.74 Solar PV 11%2 - Increased HVAC controls 5% 1.37 Replacement of older/less efficient equipment 5% 1.37 Behavioural Change (sites with electricity only…

… will reduce unnecessary electricity consumption from lighting/equipment being left on. Installation of Solar PV Using solar PV to generate renewable energy to supply some or all of a site’s energy demand will reduce reliance on grid electricity and reduce emissions. Tighter HVAC Controls & Energy efficient equipment – 1.37 tCO2e potential reduction (each) Greater control over existing…

… and contribute towards reducing the Council’s GHG emissions. FY 29/30 92.15 FY 18/19 242.31 FY 29/30 35.02 0 30 60 90 120 150 180 210 240 270 18/19 29/30 G H G E m is si o n s (t C O 2e ) Financial Year Site Electricity GHG Reduction Measures LED Lighting PIR Sensors Energy Efficient Equipment HVAC Controls Solar PV Behavioural Change No Action All Measures Implemented…


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