Focus Your Energy

June 2015
Hospitality Ireland;Jun2015, Issue 95, p48
Trade Publication
The article discusses ways for the hospitality industry to reduce their energy costs. Topics discussed include Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland's (SEAI) report which showed an increase in renewable energy in Ireland and decline in fossil-fuel consumption in 2014, the Irish Hotels Federation's (IHF) policy on energy costs, switching light bulbs to energy-efficient alternatives and getting the right balance with room temperature and air conditioning.


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