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FETA's FEET keen to stamp out purchase of cheap inefficient products

THE Federation of Environmental Trade Associations (FETA) is asking companies to choose green products over cheaper less energy efficient goods.
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FETA's Funding Energy-Efficient Technology (FEET) model shows how financial savings made negate the higher purchase cost associated with energy saving products.

FETA's Energy Reduction Group hopes its new model will convince financial directors and mds of the gains, including operating cost savings, made from the use of green products.

The tool is available on CD and will soon be free to download from FETA's website.
10 September 2007

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