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Replacing electric ovens with gas combis could save 60,000 tonnes CO2 per year

For the first time there is published evidence aimed at understanding the energy use of commercial kitchens, integrated with the operator behavioural challenges that the hospitality industry needs to adopt in order to cut energy use and carbon emissions.

Replacing electric combi ovens with gas combis and upgrading refrigeration cabinets to Market Transformation Programme (MTP) best-practice standards: these are just some of the ideas being explored by Defra, the Carbon Trust, AEA and food industry leaders to slash energy use and carbon emissions in UK commercial kitchens.

Over the last year, the Carbon Trust has worked with companies including Sodexo, Elior, Aramark and Caterlink to identify more energy efficient ways of running kitchens, with the potential to save

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