Welcome to the London Energy Project
LEP is a unique public sector collaboration: a comprehensive Energy Category Management resource, funded on a co-operative basis by its 35 Participating Authorities Opens in a new window. Acting as a shared strategic and intelligent resource, LEP enables Participating Authorities under collective governance and a shared energy and carbon management programme to achieve common business objectives and save money, time and effort.
Energy costs London’s public sector c. £350m p.a. with carbon costing a further £15m p.a. Energy and climate change is rarely out of the news, due to volatile commodity costs (gas, electricity), increasing infrastructure costs and security of supply issues.
Through the London Energy Project (LEP) London’s public sector approach to energy procurement and carbon management has changed from individual authorities achieving varying degrees of performance and efficiency savings, to a sector-wide category strategy that has achieved £43m savings.
Acting for our 35 Participating Authorities, LEP’s main objectives are:
- Measurable efficiencies and cost savings in procurement, at least 5% of spend
- Value for money and enhanced supplier performance independently benchmarked
- Collaborative procurements delivering better quality and 20% cheaper
- Planned interventions to remove cost at source.
NOTE: The resources within the Related Articles pages of this site have been superseded by a considerable body of work available to LEP Participating Authorities only. Find out more within our Resources section.
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