TESCO : Eco-buildings case
study
Helen Fleming
Climate Change Director
17 November 2010
Why do we have a Climate Change
Strategy?
Reducing emissions is the right thing to do for a responsible
business seeking s...
Tesco UK
customer footprint
Tesco UK supply chain
footprint
Tesco UK direct
footprint
2.6 Mt 26 Mt 228 Mt
Halve
emissions
...
• We have written to over 1000 suppliers to ask them to
join us in reducing carbon in the supply chain
• Hosting a series ...
Helping customers to make greener
choices
Nov ’06, Wick – 60%Nov ’06, Wick – 60%
Reducing our direct footprint:
Environmental stores
Apr ‘07, ShrewsburyApr ‘07, Shr...
What do we mean by zero-carbon?
1,600 tCO2e
FakenhamRamsey
Direct emissions from
Fakenham vs. Ramsey
0 tCO2e
Zero-carbon s...
Energy efficient design
Rooflights LED lighting in car park
Mixed mode ventilation Lobby
55% CO55% CO 22
remainingremaining
Rethinking refrigeration
30% CO230% CO2
remainingremaining
• Natural Refrigeration
• Hydrocarbon chillers
• Specially desi...
Renewable energy generation
0% CO 2
remaining
• 250kW electrical power to the store
• Provides hot water for store
• Heats...
Additional measures
Reducing emissions from existing stores
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
2006 2007 2008 2009
KgCO2/ft2
Group reduction of energy use p...
Incentives & Barriers
• Planning
• Taxation
• Renewable energy incentives
• Carbon pricing
What next?
• Next generation zero-carbon stores
• Onsite & offsite renewable
technology
• Zero-carbon business by 2050
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  1. 1. TESCO : Eco-buildings case study Helen Fleming Climate Change Director 17 November 2010
  2. 2. Why do we have a Climate Change Strategy? Reducing emissions is the right thing to do for a responsible business seeking sustainable profits It also: • Conserves energy and saves money • Delivers energy security • Delivers better resource efficiency • Meets the growing expectations of our customers
  3. 3. Tesco UK customer footprint Tesco UK supply chain footprint Tesco UK direct footprint 2.6 Mt 26 Mt 228 Mt Halve emissions impact by 2020 Reduce emissions by 30% by 2020 Help customers halve emissions by 2020 Our climate change strategy
  4. 4. • We have written to over 1000 suppliers to ask them to join us in reducing carbon in the supply chain • Hosting a series of events to share information and experiences with suppliers Supplier engagement • We are piloting a Knowledge Hub with the Sustainable Consumption Institute to share best practice across our supply chain and to create an online community to work together to solve problems Sharing best practice Industry wide collaboration • We will address long-term emissions challenges through our leadership of the Consumer Goods Forum Sustainability Pillar • Current priorities are: – Deforestation – Refrigeration – Common measurement systems Greening our supply chain
  5. 5. Helping customers to make greener choices
  6. 6. Nov ’06, Wick – 60%Nov ’06, Wick – 60% Reducing our direct footprint: Environmental stores Apr ‘07, ShrewsburyApr ‘07, Shrewsbury –– 50%50% Jan ‘09, Cheetham HillJan ‘09, Cheetham Hill – 73%– 73% Dec ‘05, Diss – 29%Dec ‘05, Diss – 29% Apr ‘06, SwanseaApr ‘06, Swansea – 36%– 36% Jun ’08 Hinckley – 52%Jun ’08 Hinckley – 52% Dec ’09, Ramsey – 100%Dec ’09, Ramsey – 100%
  7. 7. What do we mean by zero-carbon? 1,600 tCO2e FakenhamRamsey Direct emissions from Fakenham vs. Ramsey 0 tCO2e Zero-carbon store - Ramsey 2006/7 baseline store - Fakenham
  8. 8. Energy efficient design Rooflights LED lighting in car park Mixed mode ventilation Lobby 55% CO55% CO 22 remainingremaining
  9. 9. Rethinking refrigeration 30% CO230% CO2 remainingremaining • Natural Refrigeration • Hydrocarbon chillers • Specially designed doors on fridges
  10. 10. Renewable energy generation 0% CO 2 remaining • 250kW electrical power to the store • Provides hot water for store • Heats store
  11. 11. Additional measures
  12. 12. Reducing emissions from existing stores 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 2006 2007 2008 2009 KgCO2/ft2 Group reduction of energy use per square foot to date
  13. 13. Incentives & Barriers • Planning • Taxation • Renewable energy incentives • Carbon pricing
  14. 14. What next? • Next generation zero-carbon stores • Onsite & offsite renewable technology • Zero-carbon business by 2050

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