Radisson Blu, Edinburgh: Bar

Hotel sets to save £13,000 and reduce carbon footprint

SaveMoneyCutCarbon implement a number of energy savings initiatives to reduce environmental impact including LED lighting upgrade

The Client

Radisson Blu, Edinburgh, is a member of the Carlson Rezidor hotel group. SaveMoneyCutCarbon is working with Carlson Rezidor to meet environmental commitments under their ‘Think Planet’ initiative.

Annual savings of over


from our energy saving solutions

The Brief

The Think Planet initiative allocates funding to individual hotels in order to invest in reducing their environmental impact.

SaveMoneyCutCarbon continue to liaise with Carlson Rezidor, and their individual hotel managers, to cut carbon and save money at the same time.

The Solution

As part of our end-to-end service, we drew up detailed proposals to explain product recommendations, initial financial outlay, and estimated return-on-investment data.

Our experienced, nationwide installation team followed up our proposals with a professional retrofit of LED lighting throughout the hotel. Soraa LED GU10s formed part of our installation with their market-leading ‘Vivid’ range.

Reduction of

50 tonnes

of CO2 emissions per annum

The Vivid range has high CRI index scores which represent vibrant colours accurately. Elsewhere, in the hotel’s indoor car park, our team installed LED bulkheads and tubes to provide energy saving, consistent, and reliable lighting solutions.

The Savings

Our partnership with Radisson Blu Edinburgh stands to save them over £13,000 from their energy bills and 59 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions each year.

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