Energy saving tools and tips to help you manage your business energy and improve energy efficiency
Practical tips to reduce your energy consumption
Practical tips to reduce your energy consumption and increase energy efficiency around your business
Guidance on building the business case to make energy efficiency a priority in your organisation and getting buy-in.
If you don't understand how, where and when your business uses energy, it will be hard to effectively control it. From managing your account online, to submitting regular meter readings - there are a range of steps you can take to ensure you understand how your organisation is consuming energy. And this can help you to identify where efficiencies can be made.
How to get accurate bills
Keeping things clear
Keeping things convenient
To make energy efficiency a priority in your organisation, you’ll need to get buy-in from internal stakeholders through building a business case.
Help your stakeholders understand how your business is currently using energy as part of understanding your business energy bill.
Learn how other organisations are using energy efficiency projects to help them meet their energy cost and net zero goals. These resources can help:
09 Oct 2023
A northern food company, Adams FoodService, used 30% less energy when we partnered with them on their sustainability goals & carbon neutrality.
14 Aug 2023
Make your business more energy effienct whilst also reducing your energy bills. Follow these 4 steps to help create an energy-efficient culture at your organisation.
16 Nov 2022
Over time, it’s easy for efficiencies to slow and strategies to stall. So even if you’re able to benefit from the government’s new Energy Bill Relief Scheme, and without the high cost of energy creating added pressure, revisiting your usage before winter could be a priority.
In the last year, businesses have had a long list of problems to tackle.
There’s still a strong focus on delivering net zero strategies, but the wider business context continues to be challenging, and some organisations hesitate to take firm steps on the path to net zero.
Rather than stow away net zero plans for a distant future, what steps can be taken to overcome the risks faced today, and new challenges on the horizon? We surveyed 300 businesses to find out how they are planning to overcome net zero risks and accelerate their net zero plans.
The energy regulator Ofgem has set out a number of standards, rules and guidelines for all suppliers to help support micro businesses.
This includes protection from incorrect bills by limiting how far back you're charged for business gas and electricity you've used in the past.