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Adur District Council

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…: Average electricity demand per household is 30% lower than 2015 (down to 2.12 MWh/year) through use of LEDs and A* ratings. Non Domestic Buildings ● Improved energy efficiency: 24% reduction in heating and cooling demands against 2015 levels. TransportUsing cars less: 10% reduction in car transport. ● Greater use of active and public transport (walking and cycling): 6% by active

transport, 20% of mileage is by public transport. Waste ● Producing less waste: 11% decrease in overall quantity of commercial and domestic waste against 2015 levels. ● Increased recycling rates: 61% of commercial and household waste is sent to recycling. Renewable Energy ● Increased solar (PV & thermal): 0.67 km2 of PV arrays across roof space (equivalent to arrays on 58% of households…

… and Worthing Matt Rooney, Principle Consultant, ​Anthesis Use the ​SCATTER​ approach to test out how we can transition to net zero carbon across Adur & Worthing - what do we need to change in our energy and transport use, Main Hall Assembly Hall Water Ben Earl, Head of Water Efficiency, ​Southern Water Reaching Target 100 – how do we secure supplies of water in a climate changed world…

…? - The energy efficiency/water efficiency link - Campaigning for a universal water label - Benefits of water efficiency Committee Room 3 Worthing Town Hall, 1st Floor Transport Dr Gary Fuller, ​Environmental Research Group, King's College London What does carbon neutral mean for transport - why do we need to change our transport behaviour Council Chamber Worthing Town Hall, 1st Floor…

… identifies that in 2017, 272 ktCO2e were emitted across Adur, and 407 ktCO2e in Worthing. Both profiles show the largest source of emissions are Buildings (57% and 67% for Adur and Worthing respectively), followed by Transport (30% & 23%) and Waste (13% & 10%). 6.5. The Study identifies a ‘carbon budget’ for Adur and Worthing of 3,700 ktCO2 from 2020 in order that Adur and Worthing…


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