Energy efficiency drive could save businesses £6bn, government estimates

Michael Holder
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Firms urged to scale up energy efficiency efforts by the government ahead of new data reporting obligations coming into force next month

British businesses are being urged by the government to ramp up their energy efficiency efforts in order to help cut costs and combat climate change, estimating that cutting business energy use by a fifth...

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