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In this economic climate, businesses continue to look for ways to save money. As most business owners know, business energy contracts tend to be fixed, meaning businesses are tied into the contract regardless of whether prices go up or down for the length of the contract.
However what some owners don’t realise is that they should start to compare energy rates around 4 months prior to the end of their current contract. Substantial savings can be made by shopping around for the best available tariffs. In tough times every penny counts where businesses are concerned, not only for companies with small business energy costs but also those that spend a huge proportion of money on energy costs.
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Save hundreds on your business energy costs by comparing tariffs from all the top energy suppliers in the UK.Read more about our switching services on how we obtain rates and provide the comparison service.
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General energy and money saving tips for your company
- Check regularly on your consumption of electricity, gas and oil, and that your bills relate to what you actually use, rather than an estimate.
- Switch off lights in empty rooms and corridors – especially at the end of the day. This can save you up to 15% on your energy bill.
- Keep windows closed in cold weather. If staff are too warm, turn the heating down instead.
- Don’t use more light than you need. Remove or switch off unused light fittings.
- Clean light fittings yearly. Dirt reduces lighting efficiency, encouraging people to switch more lights on.
- Set the thermostat at 19ºC – costs rise by 8% for every 1ºC increase.
- Don’t heat unused space. Storerooms, corridors and areas where there’s heavy physical work can be set to lower temperatures. Reduce heating during holidays and weekends.
- Check thermostats are sited out of draughts and away from either cold or hot spots.
- Keep radiators clear of furniture – it reduces their efficiency output.