Building Design and Construction magazine highlights how a leading hospital is saving £15,000 a year through a SaveMoneyCutCarbon LED lighting retrofit.
The magazine article describes how Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge is reducing energy costs through a self-financing LED lighting project fully managed by SaveMoneyCutCarbon.
The hospital was introduced to SaveMoneyCutCarbon through partner Anglian Water Business which currently services Addenbrooke’s wastewater treatment needs.
AWB is partnering with SaveMoneyCutCarbon as part of a commitment to identifying the best ways of providing customers with more value, particularly in energy and water savings.
At a time when health budgets are stretched to the limit, the savings are significant benefit for the hospital, part of the Cambridge University Hospitals trust.
Holden Cook, Chief Operating Officer at SaveMoneyCutCarbon is quoted in the article:
“The money saved by the Trust in energy and maintenance costs can now be diverted into other essential areas, which is fantastic.”
Paul Vincent, AWB account manager explains in the article:
“We are committed to working collaboratively with our customers to ensure they lower costs and consumption, whether it’s water or energy.
“This project was made possible thanks to our partnership with SaveMoneyCutCarbon and interest-free funding from Salix Finance.”