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London Borough of Camden

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… such as wind and solar. However, this means that over time the emissions from heating buildings with gas will become the key challenge in the journey to a zero carbon Camden. To help solve this we need to improve the energy efficiency of buildings to reduce heating demand, and replace gas heating systems with low carbon alternatives such as air or ground source heat pumps. We will also need…

Reading Borough Council

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… for wind options TBC 2021/2022 Ground/rivers Reading Hydro – consider further shares and/or PPA with Reading hydro project TBC 2022 Ground Source heat pumps – see decarbonise section Consider further shares purchases in Reading Community Energy Society TBC REGOs & REGO+ (Renewable Energy Guarantee of Origin) N/A REGO for 100% electricity – completed 2019 REGO…

Westminster City Council

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… Environmental Supplementary Planning Guidance will help drive forward sustainable building standards in new developments to ensure new buildings support the city’s net zero aspirations. • Ebury Bridge will deliver 781 new homes producing 90% less carbon in use than the current buildings. The homes will be heated and cooled using ground source heat pumps and the new neighbourhood will have 'paid back…

Ribble Valley Borough Council

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… include:  improvements to the building fabric  higher efficiency heating systems  use of alternative/ renewable energy sources for heating for example Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHPs) Ground Source Heat Pumps (GSHPs), solar thermal, solar PV or additional biomass capacity Only small improvements can be made to insulation at the council offices and depot. Museum and Platform Gallery…

Cheltenham Borough Council

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… to explore alternative sources, like Schlumberger ground source heat pumps (GSHP), solar water heating and photovoltaic panels, as well as district heating and other technologies. Net positive depot Most of the vehicle carbon emissions reported by the Council come from Ubico providing services like waste collection and recycling. They currently operate from a very constrained depot site…

Newcastle-upon-Tyne City Council

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… to eliminate fuel poverty through installation of energy efficiency measures and provide on- going advice and support to fuel poor residents. PROGRESS UPDATE - £1m Renewable Heat Incentive application made to install ground source heat pump system to 2 tower blocks (164 properties) - £1.6m ECO funding bid submitted – install cavity loft insulation to 17 tower blocks (1,465 properties) - NCC…

Three Rivers District Council

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… environments which attract and nurture local been populations. Our flagship buildings have solar arrays and LED lighting and Three Rivers House uses a ground-source heat pump for heating and comfort cooling. We have installed a cycle hub at Leavesden Country Park which offers a range of facilities including bike sharing sand repairs, bike hire and cycling tuition; new high-density…

Blackpool Borough Council

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… for wind power and assess their feasibility Both Director of Strategy Ongoing Senior Planning Officer; Strategy and Climate Manager; Energy and Utilities Manager; council funding Generation of zero emission energy in Blackpool 42. Develop and implement renewable energy programme including: Replace gas heating @thegrange with ground source heat pump; Roof-mounted Solar panel programme across…

West Dunbartonshire Council

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… Performance Certificate EU European Union EV Electric Vehicle GHG Greenhouse Gas GSHP Ground Source Heat Pump LHEES Local Heat and Energy Efficiency Strategy NPF National Performance Framework NPF4 National Planning Framework 4 PV Photovoltaic RPP3 Climate Change Plan: third report on proposals and policies 2018-2032 SDG Sustainable Development Goal tCO2e Tonnes of Carbon Dioxide equivalent…

Carmarthenshire County Council

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… and evaluated for future inclusion where viable include: Ground source heat pumps; Air source heat pumps (currently progressing a scheme to install heat pumps at flats within Llys yr Ysgol Sheltered Housing Complex to replace inefficient electric storage heaters); Biomass boilers; and, Solar thermal systems. In addition, and in order to minimise energy use from new buildings, a ‘Fabric First’ approach…

Blaby District Council

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… policy team) Long term 6.3.9 Promote Ground Source heat pumps as a viable and cost effective alternative to gas central heating. Short term 6.3.10 Explore potential for onshore wind installations within the district and if necessary lobby central government to change planning laws. Short term 6.3.11 There is a need to establish existing grid capacity within Blaby District…

Denbighshire County Council

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… with schools to submit funding applications to Wind-farm funds to install renewable energy (e.g. wind turbines and PV panels) and installing solar car ports at Council office car parks. • Convert heating systems in existing Council buildings to renewable heat (e.g. air source heat pumps, ground source heat pumps). • Undertake major refurbishments of existing Council buildings to be low carbon…

Cambridge City Council

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… at Parkside Pool is planned to be completed by September 2021. The following measures will be installed at Abbey Pool: ● A ground source heat pump (GSHP), BEMS and pipework insulation, which will reduce the centre’s gas consumption by 45.1%, reduce carbon emissions by approximately 107 tonnes of CO2, and reduce the Council’s total carbon emissions by approximately 1.9%. ● Currently…

King's Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council

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… the council to further reduce emissions from its buildings, focusing on decarbonising heat through the adoption of renewable energy technology, such as air and ground source heat pumps. 6.2. Scope 1: Council vehicle fleet We operate over 100 vehicles and equipment in our fleet, most of which run off petrol and diesel, emitting on average 2.2 kgCO2e/litre and 2.5 kgCO2e/litre respectively (DBEIS…

Watford Borough Council

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… and reduce fuel bills, to improving our council run buildings. By increasing our efficiencies we have reduced our costs, whilst still providing quality services for our residents. We have been building for the future with examples of our award winning leisure centres that incorporate solar arrays, ground source heat pumps, hot water recovery and UV water treatment to reduce the need for chemicals…

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