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Engie wins low-carbon contract for Milton Keynes

Engie has been named as preferred bidder to carry out reviews of energy and carbon use at buildings owned by Milton Keynes Council.

The firm has been appointed through the national Re:fit Energy Performance Contract framework.

It will assess council-owned buildings including sheltered housing and other buildings.

A statement from the firm said that further phases of the work could attract investment of more than £50m and involve large-scale renewable energy and storage projects.

The council has also appointed the firm to a management services contract through the ESPO public sector professional buying framework.

Engie will deliver maintenance, cleaning, security and helpdesk services through the contract, the statement added.

Engie divisional chief operating officer Sam Hockman said: “As a business, we are deeply committed to making the journey to zero carbon happen.

“It is great to partner with a customer like Milton Keynes Council, which shares the vision of a post-carbon society.”

Milton Keynes Council has previously announced targets to be carbon neutral by 2030 and carbon negative by 2050.

Council leader Pete Marland said: “Engie demonstrated a clear understanding of our ambitious targets for carbon reduction and the same commitment to delivering a significant impact through their work.”

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