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.
For many landowners, landlords, and managing agents, sub-metering is often an afterthought in new builds and re-developments.
With electricity switching rates making headlines it is clear your business is missing a trick by failing to examine its energy portfolio
Without question, our outlook on climate change and sustainability have reached a global turning point.
Has your business taken any measures to operate more sustainably? Or are you planning on putting a sustainable strategy in place?
In today’s competitive retail environment, effective lighting enhances customer experience and can reduce energy costs by upto 15 per cent
Every business receives an energy bill, but not every business owner or manager takes the time to delve into the billing details.
All buildings leak heat but regular maintenance of your building fabric can avoid costly energy-loss problems later.
A no-cost approach to energy-saving can reduce energy bills for office-based companies by as much as 20%—without compromising staff comfort.
According to the Competitions & Markets Authority’s (CMA) energy market investigation report, 45 per cent of electricity and 49 per cent of gas SME customers were on default (i.e. not negotiated) rates, including out of contract, deemed and auto-rollover rates.