British retailers launch energy efficiency and saving initiative
Energy efficiency and energy saving options are high on the agenda for British retailers, as the British Retail Consortium (BRC) has recently launched a new initiative to enable UK retailers to improve their energy efficiency.
With energy costs expected to increase significantly over the next five years, greater energy efficiency is vital for the long-term growth and viability of the industry, not to mention helping the fight against climate change. The BRC believes that a clearer and more accessible policy landscape can deliver great potential in energy efficiency for the future.
The “25-in-5: Unlocking Energy Efficiency through Smart Regulation” scheme aims to harness the experience, knowledge and best practices of its members, leading to the rapid deployment of low and zero carbon technologies right across the retail industry.
BRC Director General Helen Dickinson said: “Energy and energy efficiency are of strategic importance to Britain’s retailers. Through our 25-in-5 campaign, we believe we can build on what has been done so far to help drive energy efficiency across the retail industry, allowing our members to benefit from significant energy cost savings while at the same time making a vital contribution to the UK’s climate change and energy security goals”
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