Five win £40m Network Rail decarbonisation deal

The partner contractors will undertake ‘common interventions’ worth over £40m in total that will help Network Rail meet its energy efficiency targets.

Energy efficiency retrofit specialist Johnson Control picked up the lion’s share of work securing lots totalling £29m, with Vital Energy and B&M McHugh secured work worth more than £4m.

Decarbonisation/ Energy Efficiency Programme


Upgrade to BEMS: Johnson Controls Building Efficiency (£6m)

Upgrade Heating and Cooling Systems:

  • Eastern, North West & Central and Scotland: Vital Energy Utilities (£4.8)
  • Southern and Wales & Western: B&M McHugh (£3.2m)

Lighting : Johnson Controls Building Efficiency (£7m)

Upgrade Air Handling Units : Johnson Controls Building Efficiency (£2m)

Upgrade Building Fabric:

Eastern, North West & Central and Scotland:
Taiziker Industrial (£1.5m)

Southern and Wales & Western: B&M McHugh (£1m)

Renewable Energy Generation: Johnson Controls Building Efficiency (£14m)

Water efficiency measures: No award

Utility Meter Installation: SMS Energy Services (£1.5m)

The rail infrastructure firm has completed over 150 energy audits so far and identified significant potential to reduce carbon and energy use.

 

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