Energy Efficiency

An unbiased, innovative and easy approach to managing your environmental impact & future costs.

By combining out tools and knowhow, with the latest low carbon innovative thinking from Adapt (University of East Anglia), we can offer independent and impartial advice, from a team of specialist consultants, that have access to the latest knowhow that will shape the low carbon economy of the future.

How Energy Efficiency will benefit your organisation

  • Understand your position and options
  • Reduce consumption
  • Improve efficiency
  • Outsource as much or as little as you wish

We can jump on, or off, at any stage you are currently at and provide full project management, if needed. Typically the process we follow is in 3 stages…

Understanding Usage & Recommendations

A site survey and subsequent report covering electricity, gas, water and CO2 that illustrates how you are using these for each area of the building.

This data is also benchmarked with typical usage and will highlight areas of concern with an indication as to the cost to address and the potential payback period.

Acting on Recommendations

We can assist in many ways from deeper analysis, identifying suppliers, project management and available grant funding to providing business cases for internal use with a follow up case study detailing what was done with costs and savings.

Green Initiatives

With the peace of mind that your buildings are running efficiently, it is then time to look at investing in more involved technologies to further reduce your long term costs and carbon footprint.

Client Stories

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Life Property Management

Indigo Swan has been instrumental in allowing LPM to identify reductions in electricity bills of up to 60%.


Haymarket Media Group

They have a fantastic knowledge of the complexities of the energy market, and I would not hesitate to recommend them.


YMCA Norfolk

Indigo Swan helped YMCA Norfolk lower their energy spend by over £4,000 and made sure that the correct type of meter was installed in the building, having the wrong meter would have been costly.