Category Archives: Energy Management

Increased Chance of Triad | February 2018

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February cold weather increases the chance of TRIAD The UK is bracing itself as temperatures plummeted overnight to in what is predicted to be one of the coldest weeks of the winter so far. The cold snap will spur many businesses into reducing electricity consumption in an effort to avoid …

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What are Energy Brokers? | Business Energy

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What is a business Energy Broker? In simple terms, a commercial Energy Broker or a utilities broker is a company or individual that acts on behalf of a business to negotiate the best contract possible. With energy prices current volatility, it is crucial for businesses to have a robust and …

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Energy Management | Nationwide Utilities Business Energy Consultants


  Business Energy Management Reducing energy consumption is a challenge for every business. Particularly those seeking to grow and develop. We can help reduce your energy usage and create an energy policy to fulfil your specific needs. This can form part of an operational Risk Assessment for your business. To …

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Energy Policies Ensure Lower Costs and Increased Efficiency

Functionality of Energy Policies An energy policy allows you to assess and improve the way that you use energy and identifies opportunities for your business to become more energy efficient.  An energy policy should be a fundamental element of your business’s operations and should dictate how your energy budget will …

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Commercial Smart Meters: How much should you really be spending on energy?

Smart meters are useful tools that can help monitor your business’s electricity and gas consumption. The meter will calculate your usage and send the information back directly to your provider.  This will do away with the need for someone from your energy supplier to physically check your meter and your …

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