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    a reduction in running cost

    Is it okay to say, "This air conditioner operates efficiently with a 30% reduction in running cost compared with conventional air conditioners."?

    I am not sure if the underlined part is English.

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    Re: a reduction in running cost

    Quote Originally Posted by Snappy View Post
    Is it okay to say, "This air conditioner operates efficiently with a 30% reduction in running costs compared with conventional air conditioners."?

    I am not sure if the underlined part is English.
    It's fine with the plural "costs".

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