Is Energy Efficiency challenging or profitable? Solutions for the European textile & clothing industry
Companies across the whole textile and apparel value chain place sustainable production and higher resource efficiency at the centre of their growth strategy. This may explain the success of the SESEC project, whose final conference took place this week in Brussels. Coordinated by Euratex, the SESEC project supported more than 50 companies across Europe in launching energy efficiency measures. At the opening session key notes were delivered by the European Commission Unit for Energy Efficiency and the prominent Brussels based think-tank CEPS. The SESEC partners presented ready-to-use project’s results, such as special software tools for companies to start rethinking their energy spending.