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Saving Energy 

Reduce your business costs and save energy

Saving energy makes logical and business sense – conserving energy is great for the environment, but it helps to cut costs too. By enforcing simple, yet effective energy saving strategies on colleagues and employees, you could save money. Find other ways of saving energy. Click here.

Follow our simple rules and you should be well on your way to lowering energy consumption within your building and cutting your energy costs down.

Finding the best energy plan for you

Before a strategy is put in place however, you need to have a supplier that charges a fair amount and one that is within your budget. A supplier should meet the needs of your business and work with what you want.

You can use Business Electric’s comparison service to find tariffs in your local area, as well as the best deals. Previous customers have found that by using this free service, they saved over £100 each year, you can do the same! Compare prices now.

Energy efficient equipment is the future

It is important to upgrade any old appliances that you have and purchase energy efficient ones including printers, computers and lighting fixtures. They are environmentally friendly, convenient and can save you money in the long run. Find out more.

If you own a small business, it is important to unplug and turn off any appliances that aren’t in use.

Understanding computer settings

Many people work with computers in the work place, but what some people don’t know is that you can set them to hibernate throughout the evening and weekends. This automatically turns computers off at the inserted time and you won’t have to worry about constant energy being consumed.

Discovering where your energy is going

Your energy provider can offer you a free energy audit so you can understand where your energy is being used up and how energy efficient you are being. This helps you to understand where you can trim your usage down and spot any problem areas. Further advice.

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