Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is to reduce its carbon emissions by 47% over 25 years, thanks to a new sustainable energy centre.
The new energy centre, whcih will be developed and operated by Mitie Asset Management, will provide low-carbon heating, hot water and electricity, saving the Trust almost 30,000 tonnes of carbon a year.
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