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LSHTM has received a £1.2m grant from the Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme to improve its estate, enhance the use of space across campus and build longer-term resilience throughout its buildings.
As part of the organisation’s drive to accelerate the transition away from fossil fuels to alternative energy solutions, the efficiency upgrades will contribute to LSHTM’s long-term Energy and Carbon Management Plan in which the institution has pledged to reach net-zero by 2030. Part of the upgrades will include the institution's Grade II listed main building, which is almost 100 years old, updating the ageing infrastructure to meet modern environmental standards.
Once complete, LSHTM will benefit from an estimated 300,000kWh saving a year on its energy bill, the equivalent to annual electricity consumption of around 80 homes in the UK.
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