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Wychavon District Council

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…. Total energy consumption in Wychavon (thousand tonnes of oil equivalent (ktoe) 21 Action on energy We have already: • Reduced energy consumption at the Civic Centre. • Installed 42 solar photovoltaic panels on the Civic Centre. • Invested £300,000 in the Pershore hydroelectric power scheme, which provides energy to the nearby leisure centre. • Invested £52,000 to install solar panels

… a climate change action plan in 2008 and adopted our first Wychavon Intelligently Green Plan in 2012. This set out our vision for a greener, more energy efficient and self-sufficient Wychavon. Our strategic commitments to carbon reduction have been matched by practical action. Examples include investing in the Pershore hydropower scheme, installing solar panels on the Civic Centre…

… and campaigns. • With Rooftop, installed photovoltaic panels on 23 properties in Badsey. • Delivered 262 solid wall installations under the Green Deal Communities project. • Supported Rooftop Housing to build the first Code for Sustainable Homes Level 6 development in the district. • Led a ground-breaking study into heat use across Worcestershire. We will: • Reduce energy consumption in all our…

… of intelligently green measures in our award-winning public toilets. The measures include propel air flush toilets, sensor activated urinal flushes, sensor activated LED lighting and Dyson Airblade tap/dryers. These will result in significant reductions in energy and water consumption and estimated cost savings of up to 90% on lighting and 60% on overall costs. We have also installed solar panels

… consequences for life as we know it. 1. Introduction In October 2018, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) warned the planet was on course to miss the 1.5°C target. In January 2019, the IPCC published a special report that said limiting global warming to 1.5°C may still be possible with ambitious action from national and local governments, civil society, businesses and local…


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