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05 Jan 2012

A number of local schools are taking part in a new national scheme to slash rising energy bills and reduce carbon emissions.

Rotherham Borough Council are one of 52 local authorities piloting new school schemes by the Carbon Trust in a move to reduce energy bills costing the public sector £543 million annually.

The Carbon Trust’s Collaborative Low Carbon Schools Service will help over 400 pilot schools implement cost effective energy savings as the basis for helping local authorities save up to £40 million in energy bills and 270,000 tonnes of carbon across all their regions’ schools.

The pilot schools in the Rother Valley are Anston Brook Primary School, Anston Greenlands Primary School, Sitwell Infant School, The Willows, The Bridge and Dinnington Comprehensive School.

Any organisations that would like to be considered for the future phases of the programme should contact the Carbon Trust by e-mailing