Enfield Council expects to see savings of around £50,000 a year as a result of implementing energy efficiency measures.
It worked with LASER Energy to upgrade and install lighting across nine corporate buildings in a bid to reduce its energy use and carbon emissions.
LASER is a public sector energy specialist owned by Kent County Council.
Using LASER’s OJEU compliant LED lighting framework meant all aspects of the project – from specification of fittings, cost calculations, building the investment case and funding applications to disposal of waste – were handled.
The £250,000 project included the installation of more than 1,900 new LEDs and was completed in January this year.
Andrew Whelan, Carbon Reduction Manager at Enfield Council said: “Using the LASER framework has enabled the council to install large LED lighting projects in a number of our corporate buildings. The whole process, from the initial site surveys and provision of quotes to the actual installations, has been very fast and efficient. We are looking forward to carrying out more LED lighting projects in the near future.”
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