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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

… large corporate investments by companies, to many small individual actions. This means that the town is working from a rolling start. Cheltenham Borough Homes has installed over 6000 solar panels When measuring carbon emissions according to the GHG Protocol, we split them into three categories, known as scopes. Scope 1 emissions are from sources within the boundary. For the Council…

… Scope 3 represents two thousand households The biggest source of Borough emissions was domestic gas use, which produced 128,345 t CO2e. 8 Based on figures from the Committee for Climate Change for 2014 16 16 Renewable energy in the Borough is primarily through roof-mounted solar panels and the Springbank wind turbine. The generation capacity for renewables in 2019…

… CO2e Solar car parks 2021/2023 -800 t CO2e Solar farm 2025/2027 -530 t CO2e Zero carbon crematorium 2023/2024 -250 t CO2e Net positive council office 2021/2025 -180 t CO2e Zero emission fleet 2020/2026 -70 t CO2e One million trees 2019/2025 -1 t CO2e The total of all reductions is greater than the current baseline as it is expected that there will be increased demands on the Council during…


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