Mayor of London launches new tool to help public sector organisations make homes more energy efficient

The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson has launched a tool that aims to help public sector organisations to make homes more energy efficient, a recent news report has been able to find.

Under the RE:NEW framework, suppliers have been picked for providing retrofit solutions to public sector landlords such as London boroughs, housing associations and universities.

They will help install low carbon technologies such as LED lighting, solar panels, new upgraded boilers, insulation and double glazing.

The Mayor expects to deliver up to £1.6 billion of home energy improvements which will make them warmer and reduce bills.

The Mayor claims RE:NEW has helped improve more than 111,000 London homes, saving more than 30,000 tonnes of carbon emissions per year since its establishment.

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