The Carmarthenshire Herald – Council Completes £2.4 Million Energy Conservation Scheme
A £2.4MILLION energy conservation project has been rolled out across key Carmarthenshire County Council buildings as the council strides towards its 2030 zero-carbon target.
The council has been working with Ameresco, a cleantech company on the public sector Re:Fit framework that specialises in energy efficiency and renewable energy to improve local authority, school and hospital buildings across Wales and England.
An extensive range of energy conservation measures have been installed across council buildings, including solar PV panels, LED lighting replacement, lighting controls, pipework insulation, building fabric improvements, boiler upgrades and water and heat saving technology.
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The Carmarthenshire Herald
By Carli Newell