TOPIC: Does technology really make a difference to reducing energy consumption for the Public Sector?
Re: Does technology really make a difference to reducing energy consumption for the Public Sector?
1 year, 4 months ago #16
Regarding the position of the Scottish Government to consider installing LED lighting - the investment aspect of the upgrades is often a crucial factor. Freeing up free capital requiring balance sheet considerations and budgeting that is often hard to rearrange.
There are methods that specialise in assisting public sector buildings to become more energy efficient through methods such as LED upgrades by incorporating aspects like funding through fixed service fees. Methods like this effectively source funding for full maintenance and commissioning aspects on upgrades like LED, renewable power and heating and don't require balance sheet notifications - all through a UK based fund with full FSA accreditation. This is our area of expertise at Solar Selections.
It's a bespoke approach but can help fast track sustainability strategies snagged on funding considerations.
If anyone has any queries on how to do these upgrades without spending the capital, I'd be happy to hear from them.