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Runnymede Borough Council

Direct link to climate strategy (PDF)

… are in the process of being upgraded to achieve a minimum EPC C rating by 2030. ● Chertsey Business Park: EPC A-rating, low air permeability design, electric vehicle charging points, transparent roof panels (increased natural lighting and reducing need for electrically powered light), high performance insulated cladding and roof materials, secure cycle parking. Environmental issues ● River Thames Scheme…

… power supplies ● The Hythe Centre plus Woodham, and New Haw Day Centre are fitted with solar panels. Magna Square: EPC A-rating including solar controlled glazing, low energy internal lighting, wastewater heat recovery system, thermal insulation, high thermal mass soffit boards and low water use fixtures. Addlestone One: mixed EPC rating A – C, District Heating System, intelligent energy…

… management system. Egham Orbit: DEC C-rating including combined heat and power, radiant tube heating, natural ventilation system, solar panels and LED lighting. CLIMATE CHANGE STRATEGY PAGE 9 Future actions the Council has already committed to As part of the Council’s ongoing action…


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