23 May '11, 10pm

Deloitte: Companies Seek Big Cuts in Energy Costs

It also found that 71 percent have set or are in the process of setting goals for improving buildings’ energy efficiency, and 56 percent of companies have or will have goals aimed at improving profitability through electricity reduction. Other, less popular energy-related goals included carbon footprint reduction (42 percent), reducing byproducts (41 percent), reusing byproducts (33 percent), and energy recovery or production (32 percent).

Full article: http://www.environmentalleader.com/2011/05/23/deloitte-co...

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