Greater London Authority
Experts in public sector sustainability

RE:FIT is the Mayor of London’s innovative scheme to help public sector organisations deliver ‘spend to save’ environmental retrofit projects that improve their estates and reduce carbon emissions by making substantial guaranteed energy and financial savings.

RE:FIT provides expert advice and a framework that simplifies procurement and guarantees energy savings. This tried and tested approach is now supporting energy saving works to over 600 public sector buildings in London, including NHS and central government departments, museums and education organisations. Once the retrofits are complete, the resulting CO₂ saving will be at least 30,000 tonnes each year and save the client organisations £7.1 million annually.

Visit the GLA's RE:FIT web page to find out more.

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The Temperate House at Kew Gardens, where RE:FIT is being used to upgrade the heating
The library at London School of Economics has been retrofitted, with new LED lighting cutting energy use
Retrofitting can include renewable energy technology, such as solar photovoltaics, as well as energy efficiency
Virginie Caujolle-Pradenc
RE:FIT London Programme Director
Greater London Authority
City Hall, The Queen's Walk
SE1 2AA London
United Kingdom