“Initial results are pleasing with the retailer reviewing these in more detail and hoping to expand the trial to further stores. A spokesperson for the retailer said ‘the initial results are looking positive with promising results, particularly on warmer days’.

In addition, ‘on cooler days we have found a 1.5-2°C temperature increase in the store which has helped to improve comfort and reduce heating costs. Current overall store energy savings are running in summer at around 30% and winter at around 8% plus a two degree temperature increase.”

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