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Embracing The ‘Win-Win’ Benefits Of Adding EV Charging To Your Commercial Site


It is fair to say that the UK is yet to realise the commercial and environmental benefits of fully embracing electric vehicles (EVs).  Unlike neighbouring nations such as Norway, which recently became the first country to sell more electric cars than ones which rely on fossil fuels, the proportion of EVs sold in the UK is […]


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Is your energy supply under threat of disconnection?


If you’re unlucky enough to be involved in a disconnection process, You will know how stressful this situation is. Not only is management time expended on matters of which you have little experience, buy you have the added pressure of being responsible for keeping the lights on – literally! Energy suppliers do not take the […]


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Obtaining Corporate Pricing For Your Energy Needs


Purchase Power Agreements (PPAs) have existed for almost two decades.  However, many businesses that want to take advantage of the savings they offer, especially in the green energy space, are unfamiliar with how they work.  That is where we come in.  For over 16 years, we have been partnering with businesses in a variety of industries such […]


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Partnering With An Independent Consultant


As I write this, the Conservative Party conference has ended and the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has given his keynote address.  Although it was optimistic, it is impossible, even for someone as ‘glass half full’ as Mr Johnson, to deny that many business sectors are facing a tough winter.  With numerous organisations looking at how they can trim costs, […]


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Green Energy – Buy Like The Big Boys


Many of the world’s biggest companies are committed to sustainable energy.  In 2019, Google signed a historic $2 billion clean energy deal which consisted of 18 separate agreements to supply the internet search giant with electricity from wind and solar projects across the world. According to Google the agreement will see the company’s green energy portfolio grow by 40%, […]


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Reducing Energy Consumption Through Technology And On-Site Production


Even before the Covid-19 pandemic altered so much of how we live and do business, the world was changing.  Extinction Rebellion activists were marching and engaging in civil disobedience throughout 2019.  Many studies drove home the fact that young people care about the sustainability ethics of the organisations they spend money with.  All this has led to businesses, large and small, reviewing […]


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Understanding Renewable Energy and Tariffs


Renewable energy is simply energy that is created from renewable resources, such as sunlight, wind, and water.   In the UK, the renewable energy industry is regulated by the Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem).  Ofgem is a non-ministerial government department and an independent National Regulatory Authority, recognised by EU Directives, whose role is to protect consumers now and in the future […]


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Buying Green from Energy Suppliers


Are you buying energy that is partly generated from renewable sources, or is your supplier merely ‘greenwashing’?  This question is difficult to answer, as energy cannot be 100% ‘green’.  But by understanding how green energy is certified, business customers can ensure that their supplier is capturing part of their energy from renewable sources.  Why buy […]


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Four Ways Your Business Can Go Green and Save Money


In the current climate – business, economic, and environmental – going green for businesses is no longer an option, it is a strategic necessity.  Not only are prospective consumers of products and services increasingly making buying decisions based on the environmental attitude of brands and organisations, but the guardians of commerce are steering this approach too.  Take for example, Tripadvisor, which millions […]


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Is Your Business Taking Advantage of the Historically Low Energy Prices?


As we enter summer 2020, as a direct result of the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses across the length and breadth of the UK are still focused on shoring up and protecting their operations, with the aim of ensuring they can resume normal service in the near future.  However, for the reasons we will outline in this […]


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