Dear University of Hull,
Please could you provide me with details of the new lighting installed between the Brynmor Jones Library and the Larkin Building, if it is across a wider area than this please can you include this area.
Please state the total cost of installation, including removal of previous lights.
Can you please include the specification for the newly installed lights showing their power consumption per unit and if they include specific features such as low energy consumption or solar photovoltaic technology.
Can you please show whether the previous lights which were removed had developed any faults or malfunctions. If faults were reported can you provide a document listing the faults for the year 2010.
Can you include any documents which show whether the environmental benefit from installing these new lights outweighed the carbon cost of producing light which would replace an existing solution.
Can you specifically indicate whether an analysis of the carbon cost of producing and installing these lights was produced by or for the university. If an analysis was can you please include it.
Dear Mr Raffal
Thank you for your request concerning installation of lights. Please find attached the requested information.
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