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13 Apr

What An Energy Consultancy Can Do for Your Business

by Simon Thompson
 

If you are interested in what an energy consultancy can do for your business, then this article will help.

It’s important to appreciate that a consultancy will help lower your energy usage levels so that any savings provided by the new provider will be enhanced. These savings will be aimed at delivering cost reductions over the long-term.

There’s a lot to recommend undertaking a regular energy consultancy to ensure your firm is not spending more than it needs to on energy bills and you are helping the environment at the same time.

In addition, a consultancy will also help you secure the energy offer that will best meet your needs whether you’re looking for a standard gas or electric contract or whether you want your energy to come from a renewable source. The consultancy can resolve these issues.

Energy services provided by a new supplier

The energy services provided by a new supplier may also see an expert sorting out your energy and also your water tariffs to ensure you are on the right tariffs for your needs.

However, the option of lowering your business water bills is only currently available to those firms and organisations in Scotland and England while for firms in Wales and Northern Ireland the market there is still regulated.

These energy experts will examine previous energy bills, which can be complex and confusing, to ensure that you have been on the right deal previously.

The energy consultation will also ensure that your firm complies with the various energy legislation and regulation demands so that you are not caught unawares with non-compliance.

Benchmark your firms use of energy and water

The energy consultants will also be able to benchmark your firm’s use of energy and water against another business of a similar size.

One reason for doing this is to highlight that the energy and water efficiencies being proposed are not only realistic but have been enjoyed by your competitors.

With all energy and water audits, the aim is not to just reduce overheads but also eliminate waste and lower consumption which will bring long-term gains to boost profitability.

This should be an annual exercise for every firm but a government survey has revealed that around 40% of firms have never tried to switch energy providers and are likely to be paying higher bills as a result – the exercise can be done in just a few minutes if you use a comparison site or contact experts who understand how the market works.

 

If you want to know what an energy consultancy can do for your business and why you should regularly undergo an energy and water audit, then let the experts at D-Energi explain more.