There is immense uncertainty around the effect of Brexit on different markets.
Faced with potential growth, many businesses bring the question of outsourced business services into their strategy equations.
When it comes to responsible energy usage, knowledge is key. Many people want to use less energy but aren’t sure what uses up the majority of the energy in their homes.
In recent years, the global community has woken to the realities of climate change and the responsibility to shift attitudes to be more sustainable.
Homes and businesses that generate their own electricity could end up paying extra charges under proposals set out by the energy watchdog
The days are shorter and the mercury is dropping. Keeping your staff warm and your offices well-lit during winter has some inevitable cost implications for your business.
Large suppliers would need to install 30 meters per minute, every day, for the next two years to meet the 2020 deadline.
With more than 11 million smart meters installed around Great Britain, more and more businesses are starting to investigate this technology as part of their energy management strategy.
Starting a business is not for the faint-hearted. For many new business owners – and as operations gain momentum – the day-to-day requirements of running the business can overshadow areas of potential savings and overlooked simple best practices.