Green Card: incorporating low carbon energy to improve your brand and attract customers

Posted by Clare Burns on 19-Apr-2016 09:27:59

Reducing your energy use and carbon footprint is a commercial necessity. But there are more benefits to going green than you might think

Takeaways:

  • Hotel facilities rank among the top five in terms of carbon emissions and energy consumption in building types.
  • Saving energy is a commercial priority but it’s also a customer pull.
  • Guests are more eco-conscious than ever; they’re now three times more likely to seek out a green hotel than they were in 2014.
  • The eco-warriors will help you save energy. But you also need to engage your staff.
  • Many firms are investing in new technology such as LEDs and smart control systems. But that’s not enough. Green energy is your next logical step.

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Tighter energy regulations in the hospitality and leisure industry: why you should embrace as well as adhere

Topics: Energy Management, Hospitality and Leisure

Clare Burns

Clare Burns is a technical marketer with many years’ experience in the energy arena, as well as in fashion, telecoms and education. Fluent in 3 languages, Clare has worked across Europe. She currently works for ENER-G, a UK manufacturer of carbon reducing, energy efficient products exporting its cogeneration technology across the globe.