Reading University to invest £500k in energy efficiency
Reading University plans to enhance its sustainability programme and invest further into energy efficiency after securing £500,000 in funding, a news report into the matter has recently been able to reveal.
The University’s Carbon Management Plan aims to be a leader in sustainability through lowering its carbon emissions by 35% by mid-2016. To date, the University has cut its emissions by 23%, saving £7.4 million in the process. According to the University, it’s on track to meet its reduction target by 2016.
The HEFCE’s (Higher Education Funding Council for England) Revolving Green Fund provides recoverable grants to help higher education institutions in England reduce emissions and save money.
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