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New study on the macroeconomic benefits of energy efficiency

The report, ‘The Macroeconomic Benefits of Energy efficiency: The case for public action’ by E3G, an independent not-for-profit organisation in the UK, argues the current UK and wider European focus on austerity combined with structural reforms will not be enough to drive economic recovery in the short term. A second round of stimulus packages looks increasingly vital to driving growth.  Click here to read the full article on www.energyindemand.com