Our experts help you to understand your consumption and identify opportunities to make savings to your bottom line.
Our audits help customers understand their consumption at a site level and recommend key areas for improvement. We can recognise the quick wins but also assist with business case development for longer term projects that require capital expenditure to make long term savings. Audits can focus on one or a combination of the following
Our carbon psychology audit identifies the behavioural constructs driving staff actions on-site and the tailored interventions to embed an energy saving culture
Our Energy Managers can evaluate your business processes and identify improvements to operational, energy, waste and water efficiency
We will identify the upgrades with the most significant savings
Demand Side Response (DSR)
Our feasibility study evaluates your consumption, processes, network costs and assets to judge the earnings potential from DSR
Where greater visibility would be beneficial, we can use sub-metering to generate real-time data insights into exactly how and where your business uses energy. This enables you to better target efficiency savings. To find out more about improving operational efficiency, check out our in:site solution.
Energy Manager Services
Not only do our Energy Managers uncover inefficiencies and identify solutions, they can also implement the remedies and track their impact long term. Our Energy Manager Services give access to energy saving experts with expertise across the whole spectrum of energy management from technology advancements to behavioural change.
Why use our Energy Manager Services?
Achieve savings of 13% per annum on your average energy spend*
Wide range of in-house savings
We cover the full spectrum of energy management from operational improvements to carbon psychology solutions
On average, working on a longer term basis allows the Energy Manager to identify 13 more energy saving opportunities for efficiencies than a single site audit alone
*Based on real customer figures