Could an energy-saving 'five a day' campaign deliver healthier energy bills?

James Murray
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As John Lewis reveals success of new energy labelling scheme, Baroness Verma argues campaign to promote energy-saving best practices could help people cut bills and emissions

Could a new national campaign to encourage people to save energy succeed where others have failed by emulating the five a day campaign to promote healthier eating? That was the question asked yesterday...

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