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HCIMA adds to its energy efficiency advisory documents

30 May 2006

The Hotel and Catering International Management Association (HCIMA) has added three new Hospitable Climate fact files to its portfolio of free-of-charge energy efficiency advisory documents.

They are: Renewable Energy (number 25); Heat Recovery (number: 26); and "Making the Most of Your Hospitable Climates Membership (number 27).

The fact file on Renewable Energy suggests there are three practical ways of harnessing renewable energy

  • using the design and construction of buildings to take advantage of the natural energy;
  • investing in small scale renewable technologies on site that harness the power of the sun, wind, water or biomass;
  • purchasing "green" energy from a utility company that uses renewable natural resources to produce their supply.

The new fact file on Heat Recovery has been designed to help managers understand "heat recovery" technology , such as a Combined Heat and Power (CHP) unit, which saves energy by making a generator's heat, which would normally be wasted, available as hot water or steam.

By Ross Bentley

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