Green Investment Bank flicks switch on £40m Kent streetlighting project

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Green Investment Bank flicks switch on £40m Kent streetlighting project

Major LED rollout seeks to cut council's electricity demand by 60 per cent, saving £5m a year

A major £40m project to replace 120,000 streetlights with cutting-edge low-energy LED lights has received a major boost after the UK Green Investment Bank (GIB) agreed a £10.2m Green Loan with Kent County...

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