Fenland District Council
WRITTEN BY Local Partnerships
POSTED ON 11th December 2017
New energy systems and energy saving measures have been rolled out across the district’s four New Vision Fitness leisure centres to save energy and cut energy costs to protect leisure services and reduce the council’s carbon footprint.
A £800,000 upgrade will reduce the leisure centres’ carbon emissions by 281 tonnes a year, a reduction of 21% across the four sites. This will also cut the council’s annual leisure energy costs by a third, around £100,000 a year, on top of significant operational maintenance savings.
Fenland’s success story shows how council partnerships can work together on a Re:fit programme. The full article can be found here
To find out more about the Re:fit framework please visit our website or contact us on the details below:
|Vicky Kingston, Strategic Director for Energy
07876 594 041
|Rachel Toresen-Owuor, Project Director for Re:fit
07825 963 218
|Robert McKinnon, Project Director for Re:fit
07920 702 297
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