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On-Site Energy Generation ‘Not Cost-Effective’

A new report questions whether small-scale renewable energy generators for office buildings make economic sense.

The report about on-site renewables was prepared by Sturgis Carbon Profiling for the British Council for Offices (BCO). The research assessed 77 central London commercial office developments, and claims that reducing carbon emissions through on-site renewables is not cost effective compared to alternative larger scale installations.

Read more at Energy Manager Today.

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