Savills and Doyle Collection work to turn hotels green
Two-year deal will see companies procure 100 per cent renewable energy for seven hotels
In a sign of the times, it has emerged that property agent Savills is going green with an energy, procurement and sustainability (EPS) team.
The team has signed a two-year deal with the Doyle Collection to procure 100 per cent renewable energy for the group’s portfolio of seven hotels across Ireland and Britain as well as its London and Dublin head offices. For the British hotels, green gas has also been procured with Renewable Energy...
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