Businesses embark on sustainable energy practices to drive down costs, survey reveals
A survey of more than 2,500 organisations in 34 countries revealed that the majority of businesses across the world are moving to more sustainable energy practices and the implementation of energy-saving measures as part of an on-going effort to save cut their costs and save money.
Researchers at Oxford university set out plan to help businesses better manage energy use
Reliable and smart building energy management systems could help retailers save a lot of money on their energy bills, researchers at Oxford University have argued as part of a new project.
New research carried out by the BRE challenges perception on cost of sustainable buildings
The costs associated to the development of energy efficient, sustainable buildings is only marginally higher than those involved in normal buildings, while the long-term benefits and costs savings far outweigh the initial investment, researchers from the Sweett Group and the BRE were able to
UK universities to research energy and costs savings in non-domestic buildings
A group of six universities will share £3m in funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), on behalf of the Research Councils UK Energy Programme (RCUKEP), and
London hospital hopes to cut energy spending by £1m
A London hospital has decided to start implementing a series of energy efficiency measures that would help it save £1 million on its heating and electricity bills, a media news report was able to reveal.
Smaller energy suppliers benefit the most from increased switching
The prospect of saving on energy bills has driven over two million customers to change their supplier since 2010, fresh figures released by the DECC (Department for Energy and Climate Change) were able to reveal, with the small
Tough new rules will make energy market rigging a criminal offence
Manipulating the energy market could become a criminal offence punishable by up to two years in jail under proposals being put forward by Energy and Climate Change Secretary Ed Davey today.
New Ofgem rules to help SMEs choose the best energy deals
Reducing energy bills and saving money is especially important for British small and medium businesses, so energy market regulator Ofgem has decided to lend this important customer group a helping hand.
Energy security and costs are top priority for businesses and households in the West Country
Energy security and cost of bills are among the top priorities on energy for households and businesses in the West Country, a recent market survey by the CBI, the UK’s largest business group, was able to reveal.