BoE moves to renewable energy

Bank of England says it has already beaten its 2016 target for carbon dioxide reduction

Energy Management Special

The Bank of England has announced that all its electricity and natural gas will come from renewable sources from this month onwards.

In a statement on Twitter, the BoE said the decision was part of its strategy to reduce its carbon footprint. During 2018–19 the BoE’s total emissions of CO2e per full-time equivalent staff member was 4.7 tonnes. 

CO2e, or carbon dioxide equivalent, is a standard unit for measuring carbon footprints. It is used to express the impact of each different greenhouse

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