Revive & Thrive: Decarbonising hotels for a sustainable future

Hotels need to drastically reduce their carbon footprint if they’re going to reach net zero – 66% per room by 2030 and 90% by 2050.

This is no easy feat. Compared to other commercial buildings, hotels are one of the highest energy consumers. If steps are not taken now, they risk becoming outdated and less valuable in the coming years.

So, what should hotel owners and operators do to meet this challenge? Our report offers practical tips on how to achieve net zero. For hotel clients, net zero and carbon positive construction offer a world of financial benefits. By optimising energy efficiency, net zero buildings can significantly reduce operating costs and increase profitability.

Download the report to get our advice on cost effective ways to reach net zero in the hotel sector.

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