We have worked with Watts Group to produce a comprehensive Carbon Management Plan for the Courtauld Institute of Art.
Comprehensive energy reporting and analysis
Identified up to £50,000 of lifetime savings
Potential CO2 savings of 230 tonnes per annum
- Providing measures which meet ambitious reduction targets
of 43% for scope 1 and 2 emissions by 2025 and 10% for scope 3 by 2020.
- Much of The Courtauld’s activities take place in Somerset House, an iconic Grade 1 listed building built between 1776 and 1801. As a consequence this limited the scope and nature of efficiency measures to provide viable carbon savings.
- Development of a Carbon Management Plan identifying: where carbon can be reduced in The Courtauld’s buildings and supply chain, appropriate measures for reduction and associated benefits
- Benchmark comparisons for the Courtauld Institute’s performance against other similar sized institutions
- Estimate of supply chain carbon emissions.
- Analysis and recommendations of reduction measures.
- Clear direction on how to reduce carbon emissions and meet reduction targets over the next five years.
- Feasible efficiency measures identified, accounting for a potential savings of £50,000 and 230 tCO2e per year.
- Identified eligibility for over £40,000 of Salix funding to contribute towards installation of measures.
- Will allow The Courtauld to further pursue sustainable practices.
Sustain are very knowledgeable within this field, completing some in-depth and detailed behind the scenes analysis which has resulted in the development of a robust and meaningful Carbon Management Plan. This plan will support The Courtauld Institute in managing and monitoring its performance against the targets set over the next five year period.- Anthony Tyrrell - Facilities Manager, The Courtauld Institute of Art
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