Available in:
  • English

Energy efficiency tips for hotel staff

Published in 2016 by
  • European Commission (Government / public sector)

Type of document: Training materials, toolkits

Booklet with practical tips for different hotel staff categories on how to operate in their daily activities and help reaching low energy consumption levels. It covers the most common functions in hotels and guides to implement good housekeeping practices.

Further information

Behavioural change is the most cost-effective way to reduce energy consumption, and it is essential for implementing a successful energy efficiency or renewable energy project. Behavioural change does not imply a reduction in comfort and does not mean setting restrictions. It is about optimizing the way energy is used to avoiding energy loss.