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2014-09-01 18:10:00

ENERGY COSTS RISING

ENERGY COSTS RISING

Concern over spiralling costs has thrust energy management up the boardroom agenda across UK manufacturing, according to research.

Almost nine in 10 businesses discuss energy matters at board level, a survey of 600 manufacturers by Siemens found. Nearly the same proportion said it was a "business critical" issue in the year ahead.

The research highlights the rapidly growing concerns within the industry over high energy costs. Business leaders have previously warned that it threatens to damage growth and undermine efforts to rebalance the economy towards manufacturing.

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