Energy Audit Checklist
- Understand how energy is being used within your business
- Learn where efficiencies can be made
- Find ways to be more sustainable
An energy audit provides a clear overview of your business’s current energy usage and gives you a view of areas where efficiencies may be made. It’s designed to have a positive impact on your business and can not only help abolish any inefficient energy habits, but hopefully bring some financial benefits as well.
The results could be as simple as improving the communication with employees to help get them engaged and bring them onboard with your journey. Other suggestions may require a little more work like updating machinery or rectifying insulation, but the aim is to provide you with the information you need to make informed decisions.
Our Energy Audit Checklist is also designed to look at ways in which your business can reduce its carbon footprint and be more sustainable as you work towards your Net Zero goals. We’ve created this handy checklist so that you can successfully complete your own business audit. With the results and feedback from ourselves you should be able to put an actionable plan in place.
Please allow 1 working day to receive the audit
Oliver and Rae make up our New Business team and will be able to answer any queries you may have around our Energy Audit Checklist.
Oliver is our Head of Sustainability. He is responsible for manging all of our new business enquires and leads on our sustainability initiatives.
Rae is our New Business and Sustainability Executive. She has a passion for helping businesses be more sustainable and helps Oliver manage all our new business enquires.
Arranging, negotiating and managing energy contracts for our clients is what we do best. The energy market is well known for its fluctuating prices, so we monitor the wholesale gas and electricity markets closely and advise our clients on the best time to secure their contract rates for their business.
Our support and advice doesn’t have to stop once we put your energy contracts in place. We also help businesses find ways they can be more sustainable and reach their Net Zero goals. As the energy sector continues to transition and invest in new technologies to deliver a clean and sustainable future, the ways in which your business can reduce their environmental impact are also increasing.
Not only are we able to help them with the procurement of energy, our inhouse team dedicated to dealing with our client’s queries and problems allows us to also manage everything from billing disputes to Change of Tenancy (COT) on their behalf. We’re proud to be able to remove the burden, time and headaches energy admin can bring to our clients, so that they can focus on other areas of their business.
Knowhow & Insights
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