The work upgraded the school’s building lighting, emergency lighting and outdoor sports pitch lighting with around 2,000 LED luminaires.
The LED installation will produce 67,000 hours of light. Based on a typical school year of 3,000 lighting hours, the project will keep Trinity School well-lit for 22 years.
Annual carbon savings are estimated to be 50 tCO2e.
Briar’s presentation advised on a number of energy efficiency projects that the school can implement over time, from Electric Vehicle charging to Solar PV. By engaging the top stakeholders of the school and fuelling their drive to reach net zero, Briar is helping guide the school and influence its staff and pupils.