SaveMoneyCutCarbon energy-saving projects with schools to save £1,000s a year are featured Education Magazine.
The story in the leading publication for the sector focuses on the work with Norwich Diocese and the excellent results from the LED lighting retrofit at Taverham School.
The school will cut nearly £4,000 a year from its energy bills, easing pressure on tight budgets while at the same time reducing its carbon footprint.
The Education Magazine article explains in detail how the lighting upgrade will be self-financing through an interest-free loan from Salix Finance with repayments covered by money saved on electricity bills.
Headteacher Paul Stanley also advises that he was sceptical about “a project that paid for itself” but that the LED lighting would cut bills and carbon emissions by 63%.
“I would wholeheartedly recommend any school getting involved in this project. The improvements in lighting and its impact on learning and well-being are reason enough; to know that we will also be saving money and doing our bit to help the planet is also a huge positive.“
SaveMoneyCutCarbon is working as energy and water efficiency partner with Anglian Water Business, who introduced the Norwich Diocese.
Neil King, Business Account Manager, Anglian Water Business advises:
“We were delighted to help Taverham CE Junior School save money, reduce CO2, and bring real benefits for their pupils. We work constantly to save our customers money and make sustainable energy savings; adding value and ensuring leading customer service at every stage. Our partnership with SaveMoneyCutCarbon is a perfect example of this approach in action.”
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