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The largest part of the University’s carbon footprint relates to the electricity used to power its research. With energy procurement managed from central funds the “Electricity Incentivisation Scheme” (EIS) was designed to make University “departments” aware of their electricity usage. Prior to the scheme, year on year growth in electricity was around 4%. This increase has been all but eliminated without compromising any of the University’s research objectives.
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