Energy Saving Tips

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5 top tips to save on your business energy bills this winter

Posted on 21st Nov 2019 by Ged Ennis

It’s no secret that winter can be a little hard on the wallet when it comes to energy bills, and nobody knows that better than business owners. Businesses have bigger surface areas to keep lit, and more people to keep comfortable during the chilly darker months, and means you can soon find yourself spending increasingly […]

Ofgem raises energy cap, increasing prices for millions

Ofgem raises energy cap, increasing prices for millions

Posted on 13th Feb 2019 by Ged Ennis

We recently posted right here on the blog about how energy prices are set to rise by 50% by 2020. It seems that we’re taking the first step on that journey already, as Ofgem, the UK’s energy regular, has raised the cap on the prices that energy prices are permitted to charge. The result is […]

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1 in 3 UK businesses are now generating their own power. Are you?

Posted on 27th Nov 2018 by Ged Ennis

It’s no secret that public support for the solar energy industry has never been higher. Happily, British businesses are continuing to demonstrate their commitment to green initiatives as well. According to a new report, one in three businesses are now generating their own on-site power commercial solar power. This week, our experts take a closer […]

May’s energy saving tip

Posted on 17th May 2016 by Michael Cain

Production Equipment Process and production equipment is vital to operations. Whether you’re using motors as part of your manufacturing process, compressed air in your garage of refrigeration equipment as part of a retail business, energy use from production equipment is everywhere. It’s important to understand where you’re using energy, and smart meters can help you […]

Energy Tips – Lighting

Posted on 19th Apr 2016 by Ged Ennis

There are a number of effective quick wins and simple behavioural changes that can make a big dent in your lighting costs, but there is no need to stop there. Up to 75% of lighting installations are thought to be out-of-date and unable to meet current design standards. Here are a few further steps you […]

UK SMEs to benefit from Carbon Trust initiative

UK SME’s to benefit from Carbon Trust initiative

Posted on 25th Mar 2016 by Ged Ennis

Has your SME been interested in making the move to more energy-efficient, green solutions? Have the initial costs of green energy solutions made the move difficult for your business and put you off? If you’ve answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, and you’re based in England, Scotland or Wales, the latest initiative from the […]

Energy Tips – Office Equipment

Posted on 9th Mar 2016 by Ged Ennis

Office equipment – computers, printers, and kitchen utilities – can be big energy users. The great news is that there are some really simple steps to cut down on these energy costs just by raising awareness and changing bad habits. 46% of electricity in businesses is used outside of standard operating hours, so whether it’s […]

Operational Maintenance

Boiler Operational Maintenance

Posted on 25th Feb 2016 by Ged Ennis

Like your car, a bit of regular maintenance can make all the difference to your boiler or air conditioning – it keeps your costs down in the long-term. You might need to get someone in to help you, but it will keep your equipment working at its best, and may save on future maintenance and […]

Energy Saving Tips

Posted on 12th Jan 2016 by Ged Ennis

Lets start with the obvious The longer your heating is on and the higher the thermostat is set, the higher your bills will be. But too often timers and thermostats are installed and forgotten about. A few simple steps can make all the difference: Make sure Timers are set to the right date and time, […]

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