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Carol Edmondson
Energy Officer
Property Services
Regeneration Directorate
Walsall Council
Civic Centre
2nd Floor, Zone 2G
Darwall Street
Walsall, WS1 1TP

Email: Compliance & Energy Team: energy@walsall.gov.uk
Email: edmondsonc@walsall.gov.uk
Telephone: 01922 652572


Walsall Council's Green House Gas Emissions Report 2012-13

View a copy of Walsall Council's green house gas report for 2012-13

Walsall Council's Environmental Policy key aims

Community energy website

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Acting as a portal to the definitive guidance and case studies available across the UK, the website is designed to guide potential developers through the stages of developing a low carbon or renewable energy project, outlining technology options, issues and solutions related to the procurement, installation and usage of different approaches. Read the Press release and also visit the Community Energy Online website

Carbon Management Plan

carbon mgmt imageWalsall Council was selected in 2009, amidst strong competition, to take part in this ambitious programme. Walsall Council partnered with the Carbon Trust on this programme in order to realise vast carbon and cost savings. The Carbon Management Plan commits the council to a target of reducing CO2 by 30% by 2014 and 40% by 2019 and underpins a potential cost avoidance to the council of around £17.5 million between 2009 and 2014.

Find out what Walsall Council is doing to cut its carbon footprint

Walsall State of the Environment report

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This report focuses on climate change and carbon emission reduction. Commissioned by Walsall Partnership to provide a Quantitive review of data and forecases, and indication of potential actions and a qualitative review of progress across Walsall.

Final report - Walsall Carbon Analysis, September 2009.pdf (2.54 MB)

Weathering the Storm - Saving and making money in a changing climate

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Are you a small and medium businesses (SMEs) in the West Midlands if so find out how you could be affected by weather, including extreme events, and how you can improve your chances of a quick recovery. This publication forms part of a project for the West Midlands Climate Change Adaptation Partnership funded by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA).

View the Business Guide - weathering the storm in a changing climate






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This page was last updated on 22 August 2014