Caverion has signed a contract with the Swedish municipality of Leksand for the delivery of Managed Life Cycle services. The delivery is in the form of Energy Performance Contracting (EPC), in which Caverion analyses the municipality’s property stock and implements measures to reduce its energy consumption and environmental impact.
The contract covers the majority of public buildings in Leksand municipality with a total floor area of approximately 152,000 m2. The aim is to reduce the energy consumption of these properties by 12% by 2026 through upgrading, modernising and optimising the building systems. The project covers the technical disciplines of heating and sanitation, ventilation, automation and electricity.
The installation work is already underway and will continue until 2018. It is followed by an 8-year-long optimisation phase, during which energy use is followed up and reported quarterly to guarantee energy savings agreed in the contract.
The total amount invested in the project by Leksand, EUR 6.5 million, will be paid back to the municipality in the form of reduced energy costs. Furthermore, the project will enable Leksand to come a long way in reaching its environmental goals set for 2020 already in 2018.
“We are proud to be able to contribute to a sustainable society and to have been entrusted with helping Leksand municipality to implement measures to modernise their public buildings into energy-efficient buildings,” says Anders Fagerkrantz, Business Unit Manager at Caverion Sweden.
Leksand municipality belongs to Caverion’s Public Sector client segment.
Caverion Sweden, Anders Fagerkrantz, Business Unit Manager, tel. +46 8 705 32 78, email@example.com