Saving energy in commercial kitchens

CIBSE has published new guidance on reducing the carbon emissions and energy costs associated with commercial kitchens. ‘TM50: Energy efficiency in commercial kitchens’ has been prepared jointly by CIBSE and the Catering for a Sustainable Future Group. It provides industry-specific guidance and advice on sustainability and how to reduce the energy used in commercial kitchens.

Estimates suggest that the British catering industry uses over 21.6 GWh a year and that energy can be a kitchen’s highest cost after labour.

The guide covers new and existing kitchens.

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