- The Port Phillip City Council has committed to reduce its Community emissions by 7505000tCO2e by 2020.
- The target is going to be reached by activities in Stationary energy, Transport and Waste management sectors.
The St Kilda Town Hall is council's largest energy consuming building, accounting for 20 per cent of total building related emissions. Between 2012 and 2016, energy saving measures reduced electricity use by 35 per cent and gas use by 32 per cent, and reduced emissions by 39 per cent. The new 172kW solar photovoltaic system for St Kilda Town Hall is expected to generate 230,000kWh of electricity, reduce emissions by 300tCO2e, and save $44,000 each year. Together, the renewable energy and ongoing energy saving initiatives should reduce St Kilda Town Hall emissions by 55 per cent compared to 2012 levels.Read More Read Less
Installation of onsite or decentralized renewable energy, with the intention of decreasing total emissions for the council by 33.2%Read More Read Less
The Port Phillip City Council has reported 1 government operational inventory, since 2014. In its latest inventory, compiled in 2014, the Transport is identified as key emission source.
Mayor Bernadene VossPort Phillip City Council, Australia