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Energy management

Information on energy management

What energy do we manage?

We manage all energy consumption for land and buildings utilised by the council which includes electricity, gas, LPG, oil and energy from renewable sources such as solar panels and wind turbines. We also manage water consumption.

This is to ensure efficient procurement and target areas for investment in order to reduce long term costs, meet corporate targets and achieve national performance indicators.

View the list of types of buildings the council manages and does not manage:

Council building types (pdf 77kb opens in new window)

View the report that outlines the total greenhouse gas emissions from council activities during 2010/11 to 2015/16 financial years:

Greenhouse Gas Emissions Summary (pdf 137kb opens in new window)

What are we doing about improving energy efficiency and reducing fuel poverty?

Fuel poverty and poor energy efficiency in houses is a significant issue in the East Riding and considerable progress has been made in addressing these issues. We are currently developing approaches focussing on improving the quality of life for local people, particularly contributing towards reducing fuel poverty, improving energy efficiency and tackling climate change.

In 2012 a new Affordable Warmth Strategy was produced that sets out our approach for tackling such issues and how we intend to work with our partners.

More information on other related topics can be found under sustainable development.

A range of policy and strategy documents is published by the department, some of which are chargeable. View the price list of documents and charges:

Price list of published policy and strategy documents (pdf 29.9kb opens in new window)

Requests for publications should be directed to the asset strategy admin support team by using the enquiry form on the right hand side of this page.

Last Updated: Friday, 06 January 2017