This follows on from the previous post, where I gave you some tips on reducing the amount of energy you use. But how can you pay less for business energy you still have to use in your business? Read my tips below, every business owner can implement these.
There are several avenues you can explore to reduce business energy consumption. And reducing the amount of energy you consume, will of course reduce the amount you are charged by your energy supplier! So think which of the following suggestions you can put into practice.
Your energy bill can be broken down into 6 elements: Wholesale costs, Network costs, Environmental and social obligation costs, Supplier operating costs, VAT and Pre-tax margin. We see what factors affect energy prices.
Refrigeration units are ‘always on’ but you can still save energy (and money) by managing them correctly. The harder it has to work to keep a constant temperature, the more money it will cost your business. Here are some tips to look after yours.
In the latest round of new fracking licences awarded to onshore gas and oil exploration in England, licences were awarded in 159 blocks to Aurora Energy, Cuadrilla, GDF Suez, Hutton Energy, Ineos, and UK Oil & Gas. What does this mean for the cost of energy in the UK?
Get into the habit of using less energy here and there in a commercial kitchen, and you will save money on your electricity bills. As well as the general tips for lighting and other areas we have covered in previous money saving blogs, here are some energy saving tips specifically for kitchens.
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