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Torfaen County Borough Council

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… by a dedicated utility management system. We use smart meters for gas and electricity monitoring at most of our sites, this enables us to review data and identify energy reduction opportunities. Since 2008 projects to change Streetlighting to lower energy lights have resulted in a reduction of 1,512 tonnes of CO2, avoiding an additional £450K in annual electricity costs. In the last 3 years projects…

… action plan sets out how we intend to respond to the climate and nature emergencies. We will ensure the necessary resources are available to deliver this action plan and review progress on an annual basis. i. Energy and water efficiency We use energy in lots of different ways – to heat our homes and workplaces, to cook our food, for lighting our buildings, and for powering our vehicles…

… to install LED lighting, lighting sensors and replace boilers in schools have reduced emissions by 643 tonnes of CO2. To help reduce water consumption we have installed over 40 logging units to monitor continual water use, this enables us to identify potential leaks/water wastage. In addition, we have installed a small number of rainwater harvesting systems. Focus What the Council will do Who…

… to work with schools on energy awareness activities. School’s Energy Officer On- going Community Continue to promote warm home schemes. Public Protection On- going How our communities can help By using less energy – ✓ Switch lights off when rooms are empty ✓ Wear a jumper when it is cold For further information about how you can save energy in your home visit the Energy Saving…


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