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  1. The Merton Rule & Beyond 30 May 2008 District Heat & Power Ray MorganChief Executive Woking Borough Council

  2. The Merton Rule & Beyond Climate Change Strategy Overview • 8 key themes • Aims to deliver 60% CO2 reductions by 2050 • Long term strategy, with short and medium term targets • Regular progress reports to cross-party group

  3. The Merton Rule & Beyond Leadership, Vision and Strategy in Embedded Generation • Energy Efficiency Report 1990/91 • £250,000 fund for energy efficiency measures • Innovative sustainable and renewable energy projects • Building Combined Heat, Power & Cooling facilities • Thameswey Ltd and Thameswey Energy Ltd

  4. The Merton Rule & Beyond XERGI SERVICES LTD Thameswey Group Corporate Structure WOKING BOROUGH COUNCIL 20% 100% 80% 10% THAMESWEY ENERGY LIMITED XERGI LTD. THAMESWEY LIMITED 90% 100% 100% 100% THAMESWEY CENTRAL MILTON KEYNES LIMITED ECSC WOKING BOROUGH HOMES LIMITED

  5. The Merton Rule & Beyond Embedded Generation Objectives • C02 emission reduction objective based on Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution’s targets: 60% by 2050 and 80% by 2100 • Series of energy efficiency measures • Local embedded sustainable generation of heat and power • Sustainable energy target – 100% • Renewable energy target – 20%

  6. The Merton Rule & Beyond Power Chilled Water Hot Water

  7. The Merton Rule & Beyond

  8. The Merton Rule & Beyond The Hoe Valley development

  9. The Merton Rule & Beyond Oak Tree Road – retrofit demonstration house

  10. The Merton Rule & Beyond The Council’s Achievements Corporate • Energy Consumption Savings (2007) 51% • C02 emission reductions (2007) 81% • Sustainable Energy Self Generation (2006) 94% • Renewable Energy Self Generation (2006) 4% Borough Wide • Energy efficiency of residential property (up to 2007) 33% • C02 emission reductions (2007) 21% • Number of households assisted with energy conservation grants (1996 – 2007) 4,974 Baseline 1990/91

  11. Woking Borough Council Thinking Globally, Acting Locally The Merton Rule & Beyond