However, implementing an effective plan for energy efficiency takes more than simply instating new rules and regulations – it also means ensuring that employees are engaged and educated about the importance of energy-saving practices.
Deep down, everyone knows that saving energy is a positive thing to do, but it can be a difficult message to take on board when delivered in cold, bland terms. In this way, you may want to think about creating a workplace campaign around energy efficiency, adopting slogans and building up team spirit to ensure that everyone wants to get involved. Why not come up with a few games, make a few humorous posters or offer small rewards for getting involved with the campaign? Personal touches really are key when it comes to getting people to take action.
You may think you know everything about saving energy, but you may be surprised about the seemingly innocuous employee habits that are costing you money. In this way, it may be a good idea to do a little internal research about how your business uses energy, the results of which can be disseminated across the company. Knowing where most of your energy costs are going should be the first step in tackling them. Why not conduct a brainstorming session and ask colleagues about their suggestions about reducing the organisation’s carbon footprint and business energy bill?
One of the biggest obstacles to energy efficiency is simple human forgetfulness. To tackle this, it may be helpful to post friendly reminders near appliances and light switches to nudge scatter-brained employees in the right direction. They will soon get the hang of things!
Fortunately, we’ve set out some simple tips and tricks to ensure that your energy saving plans are a team effort, rather than a fruitless solo mission. Just remember that some employees may find change difficult, so make sure to present energy-efficiency as a positive opportunity, reminding them that the success and reputation of the business will reflect well on them as professionals.
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We’re dedicated to helping businesses like yours save more on energy. That’s why we’ve put together a selection of case studies showcasing exactly what we have achieved for company’s similar to yours.
Thomson Hayes retail has been established for 30 years and specialises in the design and manufacture of high quality furniture, exhibition stands, museum and store fit outs.
Utility Bidder saves thousands of pounds on energy expenditure for Midlands business. Cable craft have been supplying cable identification, termination and management products throughout the world for over 20 years servicing a diverse range of industries.
Sharda Care are contacted frequently by companies within the energy industry, but the desire to work with UB Corporate was motivated by our bill validation service (and that they hadn’t checked their VAT). Our team have an experienced background in working with businesses of this size and will instinctively scrutinise all utilities to investigate potential savings.
Rob says that thanks to the competitive rates secured by Utility Bidder in his studio, it would actually be cheaper to live there than at home! “We pay about £30 a month for gas during the winter and around £25 a month for electricity – and that’s despite having a lot of energy guzzling equipment such as studio lights and fan heaters. Our energy bills at home are far more expensive!”
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