Parfetts is rolling out LED lighting and solar panels at its depots across the UK. The move will drastically reduce the company’s carbon footprint and generate cost savings that help to drive value across the business.The programme sees new LED lighting installed in Halifax and Sheffield, with Anfield to follow. Adding to existing solar panels at Halifax, installation is now complete in Sheffield, Anfield and Stockport depots. Commenting on the investment, Guy Swindell, joint managing director of Parfetts, said: “Parfetts is committed to lowering its carbon footprint and is investing in the latest technologies to deliver rapid change. The move to LED lighting, solar panels and greener mobility will deliver significant savings that will help us deliver great value to our customers and maintain their margins in a tough economic environment.” Investment in solar panels will see Parfetts benefit from a reduction in energy charges from 72p per unit (daytime rate) to 16.5p per unit. Parfetts is also seeking greener mobility options, with 5% of its corporate fleet currently electric vehicles and new investment in a routing system that will reduce emissions from daily deliveries. (or we could say over 10% of its car fleet) Parfetts teamed up with Solar Crown Commercial to roll out solar PV panels and with Procure Direct to install LED lighting across its estate. LED lighting brings several benefits, including energy efficiency, longer lifespan, durability, and low heat emission.