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Energy efficiency might not be everyone’s priority, but aside from being good for the environment it just makes good business sense.
Less than half of British companies believe energy efficiency in the workplace is a key priority, with the same amount failing to put any kind of “active” measures in place.
BSH Hausgeräte, the parent company of Bosch and Siemens, is taking legal action against Dyson for its "false allegations in the press" about having cheated in energy efficiency tests in "behaviour akin to that seen in the Volkswagen scandal".
The deadline for new EU energy legislation is fast approaching – but are you ready? Here, we provide important guidance on getting it right.
UK Energy Partners was founded by former Isis Telecommunications Management creators Gething and Smith, the latter company having been sold to Vodafone in 2007. It was the recent trend for growing energy prices and a latent market demand for energy conservation that inspired the new Everline Future 50 business.
In a 2013 Bosch survey on the impact of soaring energy prices, it stated that 89 per cent of consumers believed companies should do more to improve energy efficiency in their products. The message is clear: people believe in environmentally friendly products and request them from the market.
Energy regulators are constantly advising businesses about the advantages of switching energy suppliers. But having the time, resource and expertise to find the best deal can prove to be almost an impossible task.
Energy efficiency is not a sexy topic, but do it right and you can improve your bottom line dramatically, Dr Steve Fawkes explains.