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Norfolk County Council

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… our buildings, streetlights and vehicle fleet. Significant progress has already been made, with our estate emissions having reduced by just over half since 2016/17 from 21,049 tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent (tCO2e) to 10,434 tCO2e in 2021/22. We have worked hard to make our buildings smarter in how they use energy and converted two-thirds of our streetlights to energy efficient LED…

… technology. Further actions are required to sustain this momentum: we will be converting the remaining streetlights to LED; we are transitioning our vehicle fleet to electric wherever practical; and, significantly, we are undertaking a comprehensive programme of decarbonisation works on our buildings. To ensure we stay on track we are setting ambitious interim targets as stepping stones towards…

… the operation of our buildings and streetlighting across Norfolk and from our vehicle fleet. We can also support emission reduction beyond our own operations and assets. Our target to work towards carbon neutrality within the wider area recognises our enabling role, whilst acknowledging the need for effective collaboration to drive substantive change. As the role of local authorities in the national net…

… buildings, streetlights and vehicles. 2) Reduce our indirect emissions Using our influence as a procurer and shareholder, we will help drive carbon emission reductions across our supply chain and the companies we own. 3) Address Norfolk’s county-wide emissions In delivering our statutory responsibilities and duties, we will play a pivotal role in mitigating and adapting against climate change…


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