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Devon County Council

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… emissions from the council’s street lighting in 2017/18 are 9,613 tCO2e, which represents 36% of the corporate carbon footprint. This has reduced by 48% since 2012/13 despite an increasing number of streetlights being added to the inventory due to new development. The considerable reduction has been achieved through: • The part-night lighting programme that switches off lighting between 00:30 and 05:30…

… carbon reductions from street lighting beyond the effect of national policy. Table 3 – Local actions to reduce emissions from street lighting Initiative Funding CO2e Saving/Year Timing Completing the replacement of traditional lighting technologies with LED lamps in streetlights that remain lit all night. Assigned and spent. 463t Completed in 2019 Replace…

… traditional lighting technologies with LED lamps in streetlights that switch off between 00:30 and 0530. £9m capital already confirmed 619t Ongoing through to end of 2022/23 Sub-Total  1082t These local actions, combined with the effect of national policy will reduce annual carbon emissions from the council’s street

… 6.1. Low Carbon Buildings 6.2. Fleet, Business and School Transport 6.3 Street Lighting 6.4. Additional Renewable Energy 6.5. Residual Corporate Emissions in 2030/31 7. Offsetting Corporate Emissions…

… are reported through two, separate carbon footprints: Its Corporate Carbon Footprint and its Supply Chain Carbon Footprint. 3.1.1. Corporate Carbon Footprint These are the emissions associated with the buildings, vehicles and street lighting that the council operates. It does not include any procured goods or commissioned services, other than for school transport; this is because robust data has been…


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