High street retailer Marks & Spencer (M&S) plans to keep its focus on the provision of eco business energy after being crowned Green Business of the Year.
Management Today reports that the company was awarded the accolade at Monday night's (November 1st) Green Business Awards in recognition of its £200 million Plan A scheme - launched in January 2007 - which aims to make M&S carbon neutral by the year 2012.
Meanwhile, the retailer is also said to be in talks with the government over plans to sell and install energy-saving measures such as solar panels, cavity wall insulation, double glazing and loft insulation in store, the Daily Mail reports.
The plans fall in line with the coalition government's Green Deal policy, which aims to give up to 14 million homes in the UK makeover in energy efficiency, and is hoped to slash Britain's carbon emissions.
Government may work with a range of businesses in order to deliver the Green Deal.
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