Twenty million pounds to help the UK Department of Energy saving LED lighting upgrade
British Energy Minister Ed Davey has recently announced the implementation of 20 million pounds ($ 34.2 million) taxpayer cash tracking program to provide funding for businesses to achieve energy efficiency upgrades including the use of LED light bulbs to replace traditional lighting, and these funds will be used for those who do not advance funds transformation LED place.
Davey said that companies can compete for funds reverse auction to get through the entire installation of all or part of the subsidies, which will help produce cheaper energy bills.
There are about 300 organizations, including hospitals, airports, supermarkets, have shown interest in the pilot, the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) said.
The purpose of the program is to reduce the national electricity demand, risk mitigation blackouts and to avoid building more power plants. If successful, will continue to provide the cash.