GLRPPR Sector Resource: Hotels Best Practice Guide
Hotels Best Practice Guide
As any hotel operator knows, keeping guests happy requires a high level of service and comfort. Traditionally this has also meant a high level of energy consumption - but it doesn't need to be that way. Through energy efficiency and conservation measures, you can dramatically reduce energy use and utility bills - helping to limit greenhouse gas emissions, preserve the environment and protect California's energy security - all while improving the guest experience and your bottom line. Hotels, especially full-service facilities, have a wide array of energy uses and a correspondingly wide array of savings possibilities. From lighting to cooling to cooking, you can easily save energy, money and the environment.
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