Mayor Boris challenges London businesses to slash energy use

Madeleine Cuff
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Annual Business Energy Challenge aims to encourage firms across the capital to cut their carbon emissions

London businesses are being urged to sign up to the Mayor's 2015 Business Energy Challenge, which rewards companies that have slashed energy use and switched to greener forms of power and heat generation....

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