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The Future of Green Business: An interview with Phil Foster of Love Energy Savings

http://www.renewableenergymagazine.com/article/the-future-of-green-business-an-interview-20150506



2020 targets proposed by the EU have already placed pressure on governments and businesses alike when it comes to encouraging the increased use of renewable energy sources and the targets released for 2030 are even more ambitious. This means that the need for businesses to justify their energy usage and to know where their energy is being sourced from, will become even more important. Future-proofing a business will no longer be about investing in the newest computer system; it will be about energy-saving technology and being able to increase energy efficiency, thereby reducing carbon emissions.

With British citizens going to the polls tomorrow to vote in the UK national elections, how do the various political parties propose to address the energy challenges ahead?

REM talked to Phil Foster, Founder of energy comparison site Love Energy Savings, to find out more.

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