Businesses ‘could save’ over £1.3bn through building energy efficiency

The government is seeking views on how companies can save vast sums through measures such as improving carbon management and installing more efficient lighting

Offices, retail, industrial, health and hospitality accounted for 71% of total non-domestic energy consumption. Photograph: skdesign/123RFBusinesses in the UK could save more than £1.3bn a year by improving the energy efficiency of their buildings, according to a report from BEIS.

Responses to the Building Energy Efficiency Survey (BEES) survey, published on 16 November, show that non-domestic buildings in the UK consumed 161,060GW of energy in 2014/15.

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