An Implementation of Energy Awareness Management in Heritage Hotels of India

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Dr Jai Sonker, Dr Sushil Kumar, Ms Adity, Dr Sanjeeb Pal


The hospitality business is a major contributor to the growth of tourism, consuming a significant amount of energy and resources on the planet. Because the hospitality sector is such a big part of the tourism sector, more attention is paid to its environmental impact. The goal of this study is to look at power management and consciousness among stakeholders' perspectives of the extent to which heritage hotel practices contribute to attaining the environment-related SDGs. To do this, a questionnaire was created and sent to the person in control of environmental obligations in the hotels under investigation, which were chosen using a random sample approach. A sample of 49 people seeks heritage motels in Bangalore, Karnataka, India. The survey included 70 percent of Karnataka's total Accredited Heritage motels. With the help of a research paper, information is gathered via case interviews and observations with hotel managers. The Casa Cottage Hotel of Karnataka has been effective in executing environment protection operations focused on improving feasible tourism actions and gaining competitive benefits as a result of implementing green hotel planning, which involves ecologically hotel implementation, property use, energy consumption, quality of air, water conservation, and wastewater treatment. The creation of hotels that are environment-friendly and sustainable has been focused on via the control of operational operations to limit the effects of external harm caused by present environmental circumstances. The hotels' dedication to sustainable development via energy was the driving force for the implementation of hotel industry criteria. To accomplish the environment-related SDGs, hoteliers should effectively include Heritage hotel practices into their operations plans, according to the findings.

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