The potential savings from public sector energy-efficiency projects financed by funding body Salix have passed the £1bn mark, the organisation says – and about a third of that comes from lighting, writes Lux Magazine.

Salix’s loan scheme allows public sector organisations such as local authorities, schools and NHS trusts to spread the cost of their energy upgrades, with lighting upgrades, including LEDs, proving to be one of the most popular options.

So far, Salix funding has been used for over 4,000 lighting projects.

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