RE:FIT Schools tops the bill as DfE promotes energy efficiency projects

11 November 2014

The Department for Education announced in October that it will provide a Condition Improvement Fund (CIF) for academies and sixth-form colleges to access in the 2015 to 2016 financial year. The CIF replaces the Academies Capital Maintenance Fund (ACMF) for academies, and the Building Condition Improvement Fund (BCIF) for sixth form colleges.

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Colville Primary and Waverley Schools share their RE:FIT School experience

9 July 2014

Over 40 school staff and council representatives attended events at Colville Primary School in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and Waverley School in Enfield to hear about and see first hand the schools' experiences and the benefits of their energy efficiency projects, recently completed under the RE:FIT Schools Programme.

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Invitation to hear about RE:FIT Schools projects

20 June 2014

The Greater London Authority is delighted to invite you to hear about the opportunities on offer, for schools across London, seeking to reduce their energy bills and their carbon footprint. It is now nearly twelve months since the launch of the RE:FIT Schools programme and we have seen increasing interest and large number of schools signing up to the programme. We are keen to update on its progress and share with you how Waverley School and Colville Primary School developed their initial interest into a RE:FIT Schools project to improve the school’s energy efficiency and achieve significant, guaranteed, annual cost savings.

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RE:FIT shortlisted for C40 & Siemens City Climate Leadership Awards

18 June 2014

The Mayor of London’s RE:FIT programme has been shortlisted for “Energy Efficient Built Environment” in the C40 & Siemens City Climate Leadership Awards. This recognition again acknowledges the benefits that RE:FIT brings to the public sector in the field of energy efficiency and carbon reduction.

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Another successful RE:FIT Event at City Hall

16 May 2014

The Deputy Mayor for Housing, Land and Property Richard Blakeway, opened the event at the London Living Room in City Hall. Over 50 delegates were provided a briefing and networking opportunity to find out more about the successes of the Mayor of London’s award-winning RE:FIT programme and how it is benefitting large, medium and small organisations across London’s public sector to substantially improve the energy performance of their buildings, reduce energy bills and carbon foot prints.

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