Short Cuts: Energy consumption must fall to free up health cash

The NHS in Scotland has been told to cut energy consumption by 2 per cent every year for the next decade in order to 'free up additional funds for healthcare' and cut carbon dioxide emissions. The NHS was originally set a target of reducing energy use by 1.5 to 2 ...

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