City of London switches on energy efficient lighting strategy

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 A new lighting strategy has been launched by the City of London
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A new lighting strategy has been launched by the City of London

Square mile to benefit from innovative proposals to improve energy efficiency, boost LED use, and tackle light pollution

A set of innovative proposals to deliver more energy efficient use of lighting for buildings across the Square Mile are being drawn up by the City of London Corporation. The local authority claims its...

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