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A new study shows how housing landlords can benefit financially by investing in energy efficiency measures. For every £1 potentially saved by tenants, a similar saving is available to the landlord in previously unquantified management and maintenance costs. This information will be of particular interest to housing managers and others responsible for targeting investment in social housing. 4 pages.