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  1. Carbon Management Strategy for Local Government and Housing Associations in Wales Lee Evans Account Manager

  2. Agenda • Role of Carbon Trust Wales • Sector background • Building energy management opportunities • Implementation issues • Carbon management strategy

  3. Role of Carbon Trust Wales Carbon Trust Wales has a key role to play by: • Helping business and Public Sector to reduce carbon emissions • Improving competitiveness of business through resource efficiency • Accelerating development of a low Carbon industry sector

  4. We cut carbon now Specialist advice Finance Setting standards

  5. Local Government support Phase 1 - awareness & profile Phase 2 - identify opportunities Phase 3 - implementation

  6. CO2 Emissions for a typical Local Authority Direct CO2emissions for a typical Local Authority (NB not community wide) Street lighting 17% Vehicles 13% Buildings 70% Figures Supplied by CCC

  7. The case for energy management • 19% UK Carbon emissions from non-domestic buildings1 • Potential sector savings 33MtCO • 76% of the cost effective (CE) reduction from heating & lighting • 80% of buildings will still here in 2050 • Carbon reduction requires comprehensive investment programme 1 BRE – Market Evaluation of Energy Efficiency Technology & Policy Options

  8. What makes a building energy efficient?

  9. Influences on Energy Performance

  10. Life cycle of a building • DESIGN • BUILD • COMMISSION • OPERATE • MAINTAIN • REFURBISH

  11. Potential for Carbon Reduction? 60% Renewables Biomass boilers, wind turbines 50% ?% Design & Asset Management E.g. Low CO2 new build, property rationalisation, procurement changes, targets for refurbishment 40% 30% 10% Invest to Save E.g. Insulation, lighting, controls, heat recovery, CHP, plant replacement, new technology 20% 20% 10% Good Housekeeping E.g. M&T, awareness, training, regular inspection & audit, DEC compliance 10%

  12. Making the Financial Case

  13. Current Position 17 Local authorities in Wales have carbon reduction as formal corporate policy Working with Local Service Boards targeting climate change Establishing cluster groups to promote good practice e.g. CLAW efficient and effective interface with Local Government to take advantage of replication potential

  14. Barriers • Lack of: • Sustained senior commitment and funding • Risk • I don’t believe it! • Skilled personnel • Knowledge and experience • Time • Information • Absence of quality data • Perceived high risk and high costs of new technologies • Cost reduction opportunities and other key issues not well understood

  15. Looking to the Future More demanding targets, legislation and increased energy cost Need for greater collaboration Increasing performance targets for new build & refurbishment Ensure adequate resources

  16. Summary • Role of Carbon Trust Wales • Sector background • Building energy management opportunities • Implementation issues • Carbon management strategy

  17. Carbon Reduction Strategy % Carbon Reduction Challenge (from baseline year) • Commitment from top • Carbon reduction strategy & implementation plan in corporate documents • Steering group • Energy management team • Carbon performance targets for new build / refurbishment projects Funding • Carbon Trust specialist advice and strategy development • Invest to Save Budget • Salix Funding • Interest Free Loans

  18. Contact Details Lee Evans Account Manager 01443 845942 07769 142155lee.evans@carbontrust.co.ukwww.carbontrust.co.uk