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  1. Transition BelperEnergy Use and Carbon Reductions2012 – 2020

  2. Understanding areas Available data has a structure: • Post codes – approx 15 houses • Census Output Areas (COAs) – approx 115 households • Lower Level Super Output Areas (LLSOAs) – approx 700 households (ave 6 COAs) • Middle Level Super Output Areas (MLSOAs) – approx 3,000 households (ave 4 LSOAs • Wards – LLSOs usually nest into wards but MLSOAs don’t

  3. Boundaries

  4. Boundaries LLSOA centred on Ashford Rise COA within LLSOA

  5. Data DECC publish energy consumption data: • Domestic electricity and gas at LLSOA level • Smaller non-domestic (under 100 kW peak) at MLSOA level Experian data is available at ward level: • House types, ages and sizes • Modelled CO2 emissions

  6. Data Home Energy Efficiency Database (HEED): • Known cavity walls insulated • Known levels of loft insulation • Boilers replaced • All at ward level OFGEM CESP calculator: • Standard ratesof CO2e reductions by measure and house type/size for use with Community Energy Savings Programme calculations

  7. How much energy do we use? • Electricity • 39,527,039 kWh in 2009 • 3,985 kWh per meter • Gas • 154,067,976 kWh in 2009 • 16,725 kWh per meter

  8. Smaller non-domestic • Electricity (2009) • 18,176,960 kWh • 22,239 kWh per meter • Gas (2009) • 39,527,039 kWh • 3,985 kWh per meter

  9. CO2 emissions in Belper Domestic CO2 emissions fell by 15.6% from 73,903 tonnes in 2005 to 65,482 tonnes in 2009 despite an increase in the number of households. Domestic CO2 emissions per meter for the average dual fuel home fell 6,070 kg (6.07 tonnes) in 2005 to 5,131 kg (5.13 tonnes) in 2009.

  10. UK Carbon reduction targets to 2020 Domestic sector – 24 million tonnes CO2 • 36% ‘business as usual’ • 10% ‘price impact’ • 3% ‘zero carbon homes’ • 13% ‘lofts and cavities’ • 6% ‘smart meters’ • 13% ‘Renewable Heat Incentive’ • 19% ‘major measures’

  11. Belper – domestic CO2 and 2020 targets Total domestic CO2 emissions in 2009 = 65,482 tonnes CO2 emissions from electricity = 30,265 tonnes CO2 emissions from gas = 35,217 tonnes UK target is 28.7% reduction of non-traded emissions Non-traded = emissions from burning fossil fuels UK target applied to Belper = 28.7% of 35,217 = 10,072 tonnes

  12. Belper targets to 2020

  13. Housing in Belper

  14. Reduction potential (tonnes) • Potential to reduce emissions by 17,283 tonnes from ‘as built’ condition

  15. Known installed measures Data from HEED database

  16. Carbon reductions already achieved

  17. Potential remaining measures

  18. How much CO2e can be saved by insulating?

  19. Steps to Carbon reductions Education – how can we get the energy saving message across? Insulation – how can we access current insulation schemes and the Green Deal? Generation – what is the potential for renewable energy generation?

  20. Fuel Poverty in Belper

  21. Planning constraints

  22. Energy Expert Neighbours Volunteer EENs – build a network of 71 volunteers; 1 per census output area Trained to: Give basic energy saving advice and tips Give an outline of planning and building control requirements and constraints Offer loan of energy monitor (if available) Suggest potential insulation and heating improvements, costs and savings Signpost to qualified assessor, providers and installers

  23. Community engagement Local media Public meetings Newsletter(s) delivered to every home Word of mouth Transition Belper events and stalls Web site Facebook E-newsletter subscribers

  24. Action Find and train volunteers Develop training programme Develop web site Source funding for web site, newsletters and public events Find and train a Green Deal Assessor Develop partnerships with Green Deal Providers and installers