Sky-high energy bills send business investment in energy efficiency soaring

Cecilia Keating
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Sky-high energy bills send business investment in energy efficiency soaring

Energy services provider reports surge in interest, but majority of UK businesses continue to miss out on major opportunities to slash their energy bills through energy conservation measures

Investment in energy efficiency measures is soaring as UK businesses have looked for quick ways to curb their surging gas and electricity bills, according to a leading energy services company. eEnergy...

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