Slovenia's capital and largest city Ljubljana will soon have 48 buildings retrofitted in what it claims to be 'country's largest energy retrofit project'.
City-owned buildings including sports facilities, schools, kindergartens, libraries and health centres will see energy-saving upgrades.
The local authority says the €14.9 million (£13.4m) project will replace standard lighting with LEDs, modernise the heating and air-conditioning systems, insulate the walls and roofs and switch from fossil fuels to sustainable energy sources.
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