Are you doing all you can to reduce your energy usage? Start small with these energy-saving tips to reduce usage, improve efficiency and see savings on your energy bill.
With the UK experiencing its longest heatwave since 1976, now is a good time to consider your building design and energy use to ensure you keep your office cool but your carbon emissions and energy bills low.
If cracking down on energy spend can improve your profitability, why aren’t more restaurants looking to do so?
It's nearly that time of year when you ramp up the heat and leave the lights on all day. How can businesses save on energy bills? These five tips will help get you started.
Worries over income is causing more consumers to reign in spending, despite year-on-year essential spending falling at a slower rate than in August.
Millions of British businesses have admitted to being “baffled” by their energy bills and having no idea whether they are paying too much to their suppliers or not.
In the 2015 Budget the chancellor might not be offering small businesses much in the way of specific help with energy bills, but these are a significant outgoing for most SMEs and there are concerns they'll rise over the next few years.
Energy is a topic which is rarely out of the news. Whether it’s a price hike, warnings of blackouts or a politician promising to freeze bills, energy is a major consumer and business issue.
New rules come into effect today that will make it easier for small businesses to negotiate the rates they pay for energy and lead to annual savings in excess of £1bn.
Energy companies owe 300,000 businesses £204m in credit from closed accounts, energy regulator Ofgem said today.
You could save on energy costs by taking steps to increase efficiency and eliminate unnecessary waste. These five simple steps will explain how.
Manufacturers have called for George Osborne to act on rising energy prices, which they say are squeezing margins and risk damaging investment.