Posts in Category: Energy

Welsh Local Government Decarbonisation Planning Review Interventions - Buildings (Wrexham CBC) 

The Welsh Local Government Decarbonisation Planning Review on the current state of Decarbonisation Planning in Welsh Local Government analysed interventions listed in councils’ Decarbonisation plans were according to four priority areas including Buildings, Mobility and Transport, Procurement, and Land Use. These areas reflect the priority areas identified by Welsh Government Net Zero Carbon 2030 for public sector.  

 

Wrexham’s Community Health and Wellbeing facility  is due to open in 2022. This is a 1970s Office Block utilising a ‘fabric first’ approach to thermal efficiency and establishing photovoltaic panels on the roof.

Welsh Local Government Decarbonisation Planning Review Interventions - Buildings (Carmarthenshire CC) 

The Welsh Local Government Decarbonisation Planning Review on the current state of Decarbonisation Planning in Welsh Local Government analysed interventions listed in councils’ Decarbonisation plans were according to four priority areas including Buildings, Mobility and Transport, Procurement, and Land Use. These areas reflect the priority areas identified by Welsh Government Net Zero Carbon 2030 for public sector.  

 

Carmarthenshire County Council has partnered with Ameresco , an energy service company, to identify a range of measures to reduce carbon emissions across the authority’s estate. Phase 1 of the project is projected to save 675 tonnes CO2e each year.

Welsh Local Government Decarbonisation Planning Review Interventions - Buildings (Rhondda Cynon Taf CBC) 

The Welsh Local Government Decarbonisation Planning Review on the current state of Decarbonisation Planning in Welsh Local Government analysed interventions listed in councils’ Decarbonisation plans were according to four priority areas including Buildings, Mobility and Transport, Procurement, and Land Use. These areas reflect the priority areas identified by Welsh Government Net Zero Carbon 2030 for public sector.  

 

Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council has plans to utilise heating from Taff's Well Thermal Spring  to heat rooms in FfynnonTaf Primary School at an estimated cost of £3 million. The plan forms part of a wider project to use Wales’ only natural thermal spring as the basis for heating buildings in the local area.

Welsh Local Government Decarbonisation Planning Review Interventions - Buildings (Neath Port Talbot) 

The Welsh Local Government Decarbonisation Planning Review on the current state of Decarbonisation Planning in Welsh Local Government analysed interventions listed in councils’ Decarbonisation plans were according to four priority areas including Buildings, Mobility and Transport, Procurement, and Land Use. These areas reflect the priority areas identified by Welsh Government Net Zero Carbon 2030 for public sector.  

 

Neath Port Talbot County Borough  Council  is leading on the £505 million Homes as Power Stations  project on behalf of the Swansea Bay City Deal. The five-year project is expected to future proof at least 10,300 properties through installation of energy efficient design and technology in both new builds and retrofits.

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