UK firms could save £300m a year by engaging staff in sustainability

UK workplaces are missing out on more than £300m a year in savings that could be achieved by engaging employees in energy efficiency and waste reduction, according to new research, writes Edie.net.

UK workplaces are missing out on more than £300m a year in savings that could be achieved by engaging employees in energy efficiency and waste reduction, according to new research, writes Edie.net.

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Energy bills for inefficient buildings ‘eight times higher’

The least energy efficient buildings in the US use eight times more gas, five times more electricity and four times more oil than the most-efficient ones during the winter months, a new survey claims, reports Energy Live News.

The least energy efficient buildings in the US use eight times more gas, five times more electricity and four times more oil than the most-efficient ones during the winter months, a new survey claims, reports Energy Live News.

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‘Re-launch the Green Deal’ for SMEs, government told

UK Government should “re-launch” the Green Deal for the non-domestic sector and help small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) access cheap loans for energy efficiency improvements according to a new report, writes Energy Live News.

UK Government should “re-launch” the Green Deal for the non-domestic sector and help small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) access cheap loans for energy efficiency improvements according to a new report, writes Energy Live News.

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