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Fletcher Building signs EECA energy audit deal

posted Sep 6, 2012, 1:23 AM by ema-1 ema-1
"Fletcher Building is set to make energy savings of $2 million a year after signing a deal today with the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority to audit the group's energy use. EECA will audit most of Fletcher's divisions, including large plants such as Tasman Insulation and Winstone Aggregates. Fletcher is targeting electricity savings of at least 17.4 gigawatts an hour by 2014 - equivalent to the amount of electricity used by 2200 houses in a year and worth $2m. Fletchers' chief executive Jonathan Ling said the company was already making great progress in reducing its energy use and greenhouse gas emissions"

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