• Three Ways To Make Your Restaurant More Energy Efficient

    1 month ago - By Restaurant News

    Everyone loves the summer months, full restaurant patios, ice cold beverages and fun with family and friends... But that also means higher energy bills. As energy costs rise along with the temperature outside, utilities bills jump this time of year - especially for restaurants.
    U.S. restaurants have one of the greatest energy intensities out of all commercial buildings. Per square foot, they use an annual average of 38 kilowatt-hours of electricity and 111 cubic feet of natural gas. With sunny skies and hotter days, our use of air conditioning increases, leading to higher energy...
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