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Most energy efficient London attractions named
Published: Friday 12th of June 2009
The Mayor of London has named the top London attractions for energy efficiency.
Chelsea Football Club is one of the Green500 organisations named among mayor Boris Johnson's energy efficiency savers.
Tourists taking the Chelsea FC Stadium Tour can rest safe in the knowledge that the building has contributed to overall carbon savings of 120,000 tonnes across the capital.
The announcement of the capital's top energy savers was made in an event held at the Chelsea Football Club London attraction.
Mr Johnson said: "I salute London's top organisations for truly grasping the nettle to become greener.
"Their sterling work to cut carbon and become energy efficient puts London on the front foot to emerge from the economic downturn stronger and stimulate new jobs."
The Natural History Museum and the London School of Economics were among the organisations that made the energy saving list, alongside train company First Capital Connect.
Plans to rebrand and promote London in the run up to the 2012 Olympics were discussed at the London City Hall on June 11th.
London Pass holders get free entry into the Chelsea FC Stadium Tour
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