Waun Wen Primary School

Primary Lion Street Swansea SA1 2BZ

Summary of recent energy usage

Use (kWh) CO2 (kg) Cost (£) Potential savings % Change
Electricity Last week 1,680 263 £621 n/a +1.3%
Last year 70,400 11,600 £19,700 £8,320 -0.6%
Gas Last week 3,080 647 £324 n/a +4.6%
Last year 81,000 17,000 £3,650 none -2.4%
Electricity data: 30 Jun 2021 - 29 Nov 2023. Gas data: 13 Apr 2021 - 28 Nov 2023. More information

Act on energy usage

Well done, you are making progress towards achieving your target to reduce your electricity usage!
Last year your school used 700 kWh of energy per pupil. This cost around £110 and generated 130 kg CO2 per pupil. What can you do to reduce your carbon footprint at school?
There is a large variation in seasonal overnight electricity usage from 4.2 kW in the winter to 2.8 kW in the summer. This suggests electric heating is left running overnight during the winter or the school has inefficient security or flood lights. Change electric heater settings and improve lighting efficiency to save £920 annually.

Recent energy usage

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Energy saving opportunities

Cost saving
per year
Reduced emissions
per year
Delivery cost
 Set your heating to come on later in the morning 
£200 780 kg CO2
£350 Find out more
Reduce your peak electricity consumption
£5,300 2,500 kg CO2
0p Find out more
Reduce your annual electricity use
£11,000 4,900 kg CO2
0p Find out more
Reduce your electricity baseload
£6,600 2,900 kg CO2
0p Find out more
Reduce your out of hours gas use
£1,500 3,000 kg CO2
0p Find out more
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What's been going on?

1 action

Started working towards an energy saving target

Wed 15th Mar 2023
1 action

Completed an activity: Set up an Energy or Eco team to lead on energy efficiency at your school

Fri 9th Sep 2022

Waun Wen Primary School Staff

Waun Wen Primary School Pupils

Energy Sparks supports Waun Wen Primary School in partnership with Egni Coop and Swansea Council