EnergyAware: John Lewis and Waitrose launch staff energy-saving training programme

James Murray
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EnergyAware: John Lewis and Waitrose launch staff energy-saving training programme

New online training course to help all employees support retail giant's net zero goals

The John Lewis Partnership is to launch a new immersive online training course, designed to help employees across the business reduce energy use and carbon emissions in their home and working lives...

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