Hotels are likely to become the next set of business energy users interested in reducing their carbon footprint and contributing to corporate sustainability.
The British Hospitality Association (BHA) has said that many hoteliers are keen to make their properties low carbon and energy efficient.
Martin Couchman, deputy chief executive of the organisation, explained that the lack of cheap energy and taxes on excessive consumption have increased the need to focus on green energy solutions.
"Very modern hotels have, for example, lighting systems where the lights go on when you enter the bathroom and go off again when you leave - that sort of thing," he pointed out.
"[It's] all part of saving energy, and our members do put a lot of effort into that side of things."
Last month, the International Tourism Partnership and the World Travel and Tourism Council launched an initiative to standardise hospitality industry efforts to manage their carbon footprint.
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