Carbon Trust urges businesses to turn down the heat as winter approaches

James S Murray

Study shows cutting office temperatures by just one degree could save UK firms £35m

Super-heated offices are costing UK firms millions of pounds in wasted energy, according to new guidelines from the Carbon Trust. The guidelines suggest turning down workplace heating by just one degree...

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