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Between 1990 and 2000, the average annual energy cost of A hotel guest rooms rose by over $500. Restaurants saw similar trends where costs increased by over $35 per square metre (m2) during that period.

Among commercial and institutional sectors, hospitality ranks as one of the most energy intensive with correspondingly high energy costs. Hotels, motels and restaurants account for approximately 1.1 percent of the total end-use energy consumed in a country

In addition to the advantage of utility savings, energy efficiency measures can

  • improve guest comfort and satisfaction levels;
  • add to the aesthetic appeal of your facility;
  • reduce maintenance costs and system failures;
  • increase equipment life and building value; and

  • enhance corporate citizenship - building retrofits and other energy efficiency measures help reduce GHG emissions that contribute to climate change.

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