Power generation efficiencies could save at least £3bn a year

Focusing on energy productivity rather than raw capacity could slash up to £9.5bn a year from energy bills, cut carbon emissions and reduce the need for costly new power plants, says a coalition of energy efficiency firms, industry and NGOs

by Paul Hatchwell
Cost-effective heat recovery from power stations could save £2bn a year in energy bills (photograph: David Hughes/123RF)
Cost-effective heat recovery from power stations could save £2bn a year in energy bills (photograph: David Hughes/123RF)

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