Leading UK magazine Utility Week features SaveMoneyCutCarbon’s cost-cutting LED work with Addenbrooke’s Hospital.
The article details how SaveMoneyCutCarbon was introduced to Addenbrooke’s Hospital by partner Anglian Water Business and replaced old and energy-inefficient fluorescent lamps with 650 LED panels and tubes.
The LED retrofit will make a big difference to the lighting bills, saving £15,000 a year by reducing energy consumption by 53 per cent. At the same time, the hospital’s carbon reduction in this area will be reduced by the same percentage.
Even better, the hospital will see a full return on investment in just four and a half years.
SaveMoneyCutCarbon is working closely in partnership with Anglian Water Business to deliver a range of savings in energy and water costs for customers and AWB account manager Paul Vincent comments in the the article on the company’s commitment to working collaboratively with customers to reduce costs in both these areas.
“This project was made possible thanks to our partnership with SaveMoneyCutCarbon and interest-free funding from Salix Finance.”
SaveMoneyCutCarbon has extensive experience and knowledge of the Salix Funding process, helping companies and organisations that qualify to gain interest-free funding for energy-saving projects that pay for themselves through savings on bills.
Energy manager at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Denis Garnham, says in the article:
“Energy, carbon and cost saving, whilst improving the quality of the hospital’s healthcare environment, lie at the heart of our sustainable development management plan.
“This lighting upgrade programme is an excellent example of how we achieve this by bringing together our Salix funding stream, [AWB’s] forward thinking value-added services, and the impressive quality of SaveMoneyCutCarbon’s supply and installation teams.”
Full article (subscription service): http://utilityweek.co.uk/news/anglian-water-helps-hospital-cut-carbon/1269192