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Newark and Sherwood District Council

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… 2025 Active4Today / Asset Management Supply & installation of ground source heat pump to replace existing heating system 1,293,672 204 0 2968 n/a 2030 Active4Today / Asset Management Dukeries Leisure Centre Supply & installation of solar PV 22,299 5.2 £3,345 32.6 8 2025 Active4Today / Asset Management Blidworth Leisure Centre Supply & installation of solar PV 8,687 2…

… management, VAT, business rates etc.  Capital cost estimates (supply and install): Technology Cost Estimates Source Solar PV £900 per kW installed Carbon Trust LED Lighting £14 per m2 CIBSE, Carbon Trust Air Source Heat Pump 17kW £991 per kW installed 24kW £826 per kW installed 32kW £651 per kW installed 64kW £575 per kW installed SPONS 2020 Ground Source Heat Pump Heat pump cost…

… technologies. All lifetime savings have been calculated from 2020. o Solar PV – 25 Years o Ground Source Heat Pump – 20 years o Air Source Heat Pump – 15 years o LED lighting – 50,000 burn hours (years dependent on occupancy hours of building)  Annual carbon saving based on 2019 'Greenhouse gas reporting: conversion factors' published by Department for Business, Energy &…

Cumbria County Council

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… List of Abbreviations ASHP Air source heat pump AQMA Air Quality Management Area CCC Cumbria County Council CO₂e Equivalent carbon dioxide DEC Display Energy Certificate DHW Domestic hot water EA Environment Agency FCU Fan coil unit GIS Geographic Information System GSHP Ground source heat pump LEP Local Enterprise Partnership LIS Local Industrial Strategy LTHW Low temperature hot water MVHR…

… demand The heat / electricity / cooling demand of a building or site, usually shown as an annual figure in megawatt hours (MWh) or kilowatt hours (kWh). Energy hierarchy A ranking of emissions reduction measures in terms of importance of implementation. Heat pump A technology that transfers heat from a heat source to heat sink using electricity (heat sources can include air, water, ground, waste heat

… to a third of the output power. In most cases, the least expensive to install is an air source heat pump (ASHP), although the operating efficiency, or coefficient of performance (CoP), with this type of heat pump varies throughout the year as air temperature changes. Therefore, the seasonal performance will usually be lower than that of a system using the ground or ground water as a heat source. Open loop…

Colchester Borough Council

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…. Produce renewable energy: Develop a low carbon heat network for Northern Gateway South with open loop ground source heat pump. Explore options for delivering a micro grid and solar farm to produce and increase the use of renewable energy. Climate Challenge 01 02 Enhance biodiversity and protect our environment: Enhance environments to create more space for nature to grow and thrive…

…, removing 400-600 tonnes of CO2 according to the Energy Saving Trust’s Guide to air source heat pumps. 1 ground source heat pump and 2 gas absorption heat pumps across 3 of our sheltered housing buildings, resulting in a decrease of carbon emissions. Started construction of our “New Council Housebuilding Programme” in which all properties are being built to the principles of the “Future Homes…

…: Reduce carbon emissions from our buildings and feet to help achieve a net zero Carbon footprint for Council Services by 2030. Reduce carbon emissions from our existing buildings through use of insulation, solar panels, air source heat pumps and other technologies. Change our petrol/diesel vehicles to electric vehicles and invest in appropriate charging stations for current and future use…

Newark and Sherwood District Council

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… Sports & Fitness Centre, Blidworth and Dukeries Leisure Centres. Measures included: Electrification of Heating • Installation of Ground Source Heat Pump at Newark, Air Source Heat Pump at Lincoln Road Sports Pavilion • Reduce reliance on gas • kWh savings: 1.3 million kWh • Lifetime CO2 savings: 3,100 tCO2e Lighting Upgrades • Upgrade all old light fittings to new LED luminaires • Fully…

… of technologies such as Ground/Air Source Heat Pumps, alongside other measures. The electrification of heat sources therefore plays a crucial role in the proposed decarbonisation strategy for housing. 2,207 1,469 1,440 825 638 625 566 535 530 520 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 xiii) Bungalow (Trad + Non-Trad) On Gas A-C v) 1945-64 Large Terr House/Semi (>70m2) (Trad) On Gas A-C x) Post-1945 Low…

… measures can be put in place to reduce these emissions. As the national grid decarbonises it is recommended that heat sources are generally electrified where possible (through the installation of heat pumps). This will help reduce gas consumption significantly and the emissions associated with heating Council operated buildings. 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 Leisure Council buildings…

Derbyshire Dales District Council

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…, and the underlying figures, are given in the spreadsheet within the accompanying spreadsheet. Site Opportunity WCs Replace any residual fluorescent lighting with LED & occupancy detection controls Cricket Pavilion New gas-fired boiler: consider electric (air source heat pump) alternative. Install LED lighting with occupancy detection controls Agricultural Business Centre Replace any residual…

… lighting with LED. Consider replacing gas-fired radiant/convective heating with air source heat pump if possible. Potential for PV on roof (~2,300m2 SW-facing) Darley Dale Depot Replace any residual non-LED lighting with LEDs. Consider replacing gas-fired convector heater with air source heat pump. 17 | P a g e Replace gas-fired heating in offices, mess room, locker rooms…

… gas heating with biomass or electric equivalent. (This does not include vehicle electrification, which is discussed separately below.) It might be technically viable to decarbonise heating in several buildings, including Bakewell Pavilion, Northwood Depot, and the Agricultural Business Centre (ABC) in Bakewell (air source heat pumps), and Matlock Town Hall (with a biomass boiler…

Bury Metropolitan Borough Council

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… radiation emitted from the planet's surface. Greenhouse gases A gas that contributes to the greenhouse effect by absorbing infrared radiation. Carbon dioxide and chlorofluorocarbons are examples of greenhouse gases. Ground source heat pumps Ground source heat pumps use pipes that are buried in the garden to extract heat from the ground. This heat can then be used to heat radiators…

… and reliability. The three main aspects to this area are: 1. Increasing local renewable generation of electricity by solar, hydro and wind; 2. Encouraging private properties to choose renewable energy sources 3. Decarbonising how we heat our buildings by replacing gas boilers with air or ground source heat pumps or heat networks 5.1 Our Energy Supply Objective: To generate and source

…) Tenure types in Bury Privately rented or living rent free 15% Rented from a Housing Association / Affordable Home Ownership 5% Rented from the council 10% Owner- occupied 70% To be successful we will need to persuade homeowners and landlords to upgrade their insulation and to convert their heating to a renewable system such as ground or air source heat pumps

Guildford Borough Council

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… of low and zero carbon energy technologies available on the market that can supply electricity and/or heat to residential and commercial buildings. These include (but are not limited to): • ground, air and water source heat pumps, • solar photovoltaic (electricity), • solar thermal (heat), • small scale wind turbines, • standalone wind turbines, • biomass power and heat, • small scale…

sources (from air, water and ground) should be considered and a separate appraisal of each presented. Appraisals of heat pumps should take account of the high efficiencies (expressed as the Coefficient of Performance, or COP) at which heat pumps provide useful heat when calculating the carbon emissions they would produce when running on grid electricity. The carbon intensity per kWh…

… ‘Biomass’ on page 16 for more information on this issue. It can be expensive and difficult to convert high temperature heat networks powered by gas boilers or gas (C)CHP engines to low carbon/renewable sources such as heat pumps and waste heat because heat networks that use these sources typically operate at lower temperatures than those fuelled by gas. Therefore, in order to facilitate…

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…

… from coal to gas and now renewable sources such as biomass, wind and solar, the carbon intensity of electricity from the National Grid has decreased significantly. With more renewable sources coming online, the carbon intensity of electricity is predicted to half by 2030, whilst natural gas carbon intensity is due to rise, as illustrated in Figure 4.4 below. 2008 2020 2030 Heat pump/gas…

… Report to Parliament’ (2019), now advocate a move away from gas heating and towards heating by electrical means. Heat pumps are seen as the best technology to fill this gap, as they efficiently use the renewable heat from the natural environment (ground, air or water) for space and water heating. Electricity is used by the heat pump to transfer and compress heat from the natural resource…

Newcastle-upon-Tyne City Council

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… boilers for heating our homes and buildings. Example of carbon reduction and removal: Installing energy efficiency and low carbon heating options to reduce and replace emissions from our buildings Avoiding carbon- intensive activities. Efficient use of resources and implementing measures to reduce demand. Replacing high carbon intensity energy sources with renewable and low carbon…

… outlined a pressing need to hold global warming at 1.5°C against pre-industrial levels to mitigate risks associated with climate change. Source: Committee on Climate ChangeSource: Committee on Climate Change Source: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change 1.5° INTRODUCTION: Page 10 INTRODUCTION: Page 11 NEWCASTLE’S NET ZERO VISION In achieving Newcastle’s Net Zero status, the carbon…

sources with a high carbon footprint for low carbon options; and finally • Fourth, compensating for those remaining emissions which cannot be avoided or reduced. WHAT DOES NET ZERO MEAN? CARBON MANAGEMENT HIERARCHY Net Zero (also referred to as 'carbon neutrality') refers to balancing city-wide carbon emissions with carbon reduction and removal activities. What do we mean by ‘balance’? Net…

Mole Valley District Council

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… to reduce MVDC’s carbon footprint by March 2022, to be achieved through the following measures:  Implementing energy efficiency measures, solar panels and air source heat pumps at Pippbrook and Dorking Halls  Installing solar panels and car ports  Reducing waste and increasing recycling and reuse from Pippbrook and Dorking Halls  Working with our existing contractors…

… Organisation Emissions Switch the council’s energy supply to a green tariff that guarantees energy from renewable sources New contract commences Existing n/a O Contract starts October 2020 Develop business case to implement energy efficiency and renewable energy measures at Pippbrook and Dorking Halls, which is likely to include LED lights, air source heat pumps and solar PV panels and car…

… High O (Scope 3) Report considered February 2021 Undertake a zero carbon pathway assessment for the following buildings, including a feasibility assessment of solar, wind, ground and air source heat generation: Zero carbon roadmap established Low High O (Scope 1,2 and 3) Assessment undertaken by October 2021. 9 | P a g e Area Initial Action Measure…

Mole Valley District Council

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… gas consumption. It is located opposite a large playing field, which could provide opportunities for a Ground-source Heat Pump. • Energy efficiency is always recommended as an initial heat-load reducing measure, this could involve smart controls to ‘trim’ heating hours overnight for staffed buildings, and improving air-tightness for buildings in constant use to reduce heat loss. • The measured…

… changes, will help to reduce the emissions produced at these buildings. • In addition, as the national grid decarbonises, it is recommended that heat sources are generally electrified where possible (e.g. by the installation of heat pumps). This will help to reduce gas consumption significantly and the emissions associated with heating Council operated buildings. 0.0 50.0 100.0 150.0 200.0 250.0…

source relates to buildings that are owned by the Council and operated by a 3rd party (leased buildings) • These consist of three buildings: Leatherhead leisure centre (1084 tCO2e); Dorking sports centre (560 tCO2e); Meadowbank football ground (123 tCO2e) • Emissions from procured or purchased goods and services (PG&S) (1,362 tCO2e) is the second largest source of emissions • The Council…

Cambridge City Council

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… (such as Ground Source and Air Source Heat Pumps) where feasible, with additional LEDs, solar PV, BEMS and other measures at some sites. The focus on heat pumps would help switch energy consumption from gas (which generates high levels of carbon emissions) to electricity (which will progressively be decarbonised at a national level through renewable energy). The chart at Appendix A provides…

heat pumps, additional solar PV panels and other energy efficiency funding at Parkside Pools and Abbey Pools, which will reduce carbon emissions from the Council’s swimming pools, which are the single biggest source of energy use on our estate, by more than 440 tonnes per year. We know that some of our buildings will be extremely challenging to decarbonise, particularly where their site…

… and public sector bodies such as councils, health and other education bodies). ● 31% - domestic sources (primarily heating, lighting and appliances in homes). 12 www.gov.uk/government/statistics/uk-local-authority-and-regional-carbon-dioxide-emissions-national-statistics-2005-to-2018 13 SCATTER was developed by BEIS, Nottingham City Council, the Greater Manchester Combined Authority…

Liverpool City Council

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… solution; one has firm plans for a combined air/ground/water source heat pump system. To reach net zero, almost all of Liverpool’s addresses will need to have a decarbonised heating supply. This means replacing the heating systems in almost all of the 275,000 addresses. Table 1: Current heating in Liverpool Sector Buildings Heat GWh -> gas -> electricity tCO2 gas tCO2 electricity tCO2 total…

… to be done in combination with demand reduction, hot water storage and appropriately sized radiators. This should be implemented in buildings where this has a lower whole-life cost than connection to a heat network. In the majority of cases these will be air-source heat pumps. In some cases, ground-source systems will be viable, and in a small number of cases water-source heat pumps may be an option. X…

… when lower-cost zero-carbon network supply options are identified. Note: whilst ASHP were modelled as a solution feasible for most locations, potential for ground source heat pumps (GSHP) in the suburbs and water source heat pumps (WSHP) near water bodies (e.g. along the waterfront) is also expected. This directly delivers on Aim 2. Heat pumps are a key component of the Plan…

Orkney Islands Council

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… a Sea Water heat exchange unit; Many of the housing and building projects has seen the use of photovoltaics, heat pumps, air source and other low carbon technology along with a switch to energy efficient electric technology, as this is the most affordable low carbon heating available on the islands. The Council uses energy efficiency as an important factor as part of assessing the most…

… chart shows the breakdown by fuel use in our building stock: Over recent years the council have invested in renewable heating technology on several of our larger properties, this has helped reduce the heating oil consumption figures but has pushed up the electricity a little, as heat pumps can deliver more energy than the primary fuel itself the amount kWh of electricity is far less than…

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City of Edinburgh Council

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… not include Scope-3 (extra territorial emissions). Scope Definition 1 Emissions from sources located within the city boundary 2 Emissions occurring as a consequence of the use of grid-supplied electricity, heat, steam and/or cooling within the city boundary 3 All other emissions that occur outside the city boundary as a result of activities taking place within the city boundary Table…

… the domestic sector in absolute terms, and can also be seen as a more fertile ground for cost effective interventions in energy efficiency and small scale microgeneration of heat and electricity resources. This analysis considered the near-entirety of Edinburgh’s office stock, retail, industrial/warehouse and non-retail commercial buildings, along with hotels/accommodation, healthcare facilities…

… of the city’s emissions and model the carbon reduction trajectories which could be expected through the application of different interventions. This analysis has been funded by P-CAN. 3.2 P-CAN is a network of progressive cities tackling climate change and exists to help translate climate policy into action ‘on the ground’ to bring about transformative change. It brings together the research…

Gateshead Metropolitan Borough Council

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… and containers. Continue to deliver low carbon heat and power via district heating networks (Gateshead Energy Company), ground and mine water heat pumps, and solar energy. Continue to explore the use of hydrogen as a viable source of energy for transport, domestic or commercial use. Timescale for implementing Short Medium Short Medium Short Short Medium Short Short-medium Medium Contributes…

… district heating networks (Gateshead Energy Company), ground and mine water heat pumps, and solar energy  • Improve insulation to Council-owned properties, and install low-carbon heat and energy where feasible  • Use the technologies showcased in the Gateshead Innovation Village to promote low-carbon housing development on sites across the Borough    *FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF ACTIONS: PLEASE GO…

… bills. That can help and improve the health and wellbeing of residents and reduce fuel poverty.   We intend to: * • Promote low-carbon housing development across Gateshead  • Improve insulation to Council-owned properties, and install low-carbon heat and energy where feasible  • Continue to explore the use of hydrogen as a viable source of energy for homes, transport and commercial use…

North Tyneside Metropolitan Borough Council

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… properties. Also exploring the potential of heat networks Heat Training schemes for Solar PV and heat pump technicians, a carbon reduction programme for SMEs, and fostering of community participation. Education Expanding low carbon transport infrastructure such as EV chargers, hydrogen fuelled public transport and cycle lanes Transport Introducing high ambition housing regulations as well…

… renewable technologies, to further understand how storage technology could service the Borough’s needs. • Decarbonise electricity and increase renewables Section 1: North Tyneside Vision and Priorities 1414 Understanding the priorities Section 1: North Tyneside vision & priorities Decarbonise heat • Progress the electrification of heating through installing heat pumps, ensuring…

… in landfill (28%). As a total, recycling accounts for 19% of waste emissions. • Although incineration is the largest emissions source, it is important to note that it remains a preferable treatment solution to landfill, dependent on local air quality considerations, and whether generated heat is captured for productive use. Its existence as the largest emissions source is due to a majority of North…

Bolsover District Council

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…. photovoltaic (PV) system at Sherwood Lodge, ground source heat pump at Pleasley Vale Greaseworks, existing measures at Depot and any additional works we are investigating / considering 7. Transportation Recognising the energy impact of transport generated by the activities of the Council, including commuting and business travel and, where practical, working to reduce that impact. Consider fuel…

… Housing Schemes. • Photovoltaic cells on some social housing stock. • Wind powered turbine installed at The Tangent. • Ground Source Heat Pump (GSHP) installed at Pleasley Vale Outdoor Activity Centre. • Explored use of alternative energy sources. Case Study The Arc Refurbishment During refurbishment works in readiness for the relocation of the BDC headquarters from Sherwood Lodge…

… – ground source heat source heat pump equipment and pumps is clean and at the Arc set up. does not release any – possibility to install harmful gases and either in surrounding generates cost and open space or carbon savings. beneath new 3G Measure; baseline sports pitch. energy consumption at point…

Blackpool Borough Council

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… emissions heating What we need extra funding to do: • Accelerate delivery of insulation and glazing of all housing, reducing net energy demand • Accelerate delivery of “electrification” of heating and the transfer away from natural gas e.g., via ground and air-source heat pumps • Develop and deliver strategic proposals to install solar panels on every suitable domestic rooftop Blackpool’s…

… demand Town Director of Strategy June 2022 (proposals); December 2030 Not currently funded – estimated Lancashire cost £7.8 billion Reduced energy demand for heating 2. Accelerate delivery of “electrification” of heating and the transfer away from natural gas e.g., via ground and air- source heat pumps Town Director of Strategy June 2022 (proposals); December 2030 Not currently funded…

… 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…

Fife Council

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… transmission and distribution losses compared to the current generation and transmission system. Generating heat locally will allow Fife to make the best use of local resources whether that be heat from biomass, (including wood, energy crops and agricultural waste products); heat from air-source, water-source and ground-source heat pumps or using waste heat from industrial processes. Scotland has…

… made considerable progress in decarbonising its electricity supply and is aiming that by 2020 11% of Scotland’s heat demand and 100% of Scotland’s electricity demand equivalent will be produced from low carbon sources. The Scottish Government is aiming to decarbonise 100% of Scotland’s heat demand by 2050 under current targets, and for a 14% share of transport fuels to be renewable by 2030 under…

… and energy transformation losses by making smart choices about the most appropriate energy sources for a given time and location, and by joining networks and storage options together so that they work holistically. This programme of work will support the increased deployment of district heating and other heat networks, smart grids, energy storage systems (such as battery banks, heat stores, seasonal…

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