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Dear University of Liverpool,

I am a studying how Universities have reduced their CO2 emissions.

1) I have looked at the most recent 2018/19 Estates HESA data for “Table 3 - Emissions and waste” and field: “Total scope 1 and 2 emission baseline for 2005 (tonnes CO2e)”.

This field shows a total of 40,208 CO2e for the 2005 emission baseline.

2) However, Liverpool Universitiy’s Carbon March 2011 Management Plan says on page 21 that the 2005 baseline was 51,229 CO2 tonnes.

https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/media/livacu...

Why are there two figures of 40,208 and 51,229 CO2 tonnes and which is the correct figure?

Yours faithfully,

Theresa Shotton

foi Uof Liverpool, University of Liverpool

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foi Uof Liverpool, University of Liverpool

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FOI/2020/400

19 October 2020

 

Name:  Theresa Shotton

By email to: [1][FOI #693186 email]

 

Dear Ms Shotton

 

Thank you for your email of 23 September requesting information from the
University of Liverpool.  Colleagues have provided the information
requested below.

 

I have looked at the most recent 2018/19 Estates HESA data for “Table 3 -
Emissions and waste” and field: “Total scope 1 and 2 emission baseline for
2005 (tonnes CO2e)”. This field shows a total of 40,208 CO2e for the 2005
emission baseline. However, [2]Liverpool University’s Carbon March 2011
Management Plan says on page 21 that the 2005 baseline was 51,229 CO2
tonnes. Why are there two figures of 40,208 and 51,229 CO2 tonnes and
which is the correct figure?

 

HEFCE calculated our initial 2004/05 baseline as part of a sector review
and calculated based on grid electricity. The baseline was revised in 2014
due to a large scale alteration in the university’s energy system (moving
from National Grid supplied energy to a campus District Energy and Heat
Network operating from onsite generation; a like for like baseline
established, allowing for a more accurate performance comparison in
subsequent years.

 

The 51,229 CO2 tonnes figure is now current and is based on how the
University now generates and consumes electricity, which changed due to
new infrastructure.

 

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Kirsty Rothwell
Freedom of Information Officer  / Data Protection Co-ordinator
Legal & Governance

University of Liverpool, Foundation Building, Brownlow Hill, Liverpool L69
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