Working With Retailers
In the ever-changing energy universe, non-commodity costs are increasing.
One way to combat rising bills is to reduce your commercial energy consumption and improve your efficiency.
For many businesses, a 20% cut in energy costs represents the same bottom line benefit as a 5% increase in sales.
Sizes of buildings and operating procedures may vary, but businesses in the retail sector can experience a number of energy related issues such as – upgrades and refurbishments of property require a minimal amount of downtime, so contracts are often rolled on despite the changes in usage requirements.
Or issues such as – constant public footfall who often have no concern for energy conservation, sites being open for long periods of time and around the clock or demanding and energy intensive equipment operating inside and outside the property
As a customer, you will be offered a dedicated professional direction from the very first beginning. Plus, if required and requested, the experts of an energy broker company will create a customized procurement plan that’s based on unique characteristics and the energy consumption patterns of your property.
The experts will carefully assess your property’s risk tolerance profile in terms of utility expense volatility. Finally, depending on the outcomes of the assessment, the company will recommend the appropriate balance i.e. either a fixed rate energy procurement or a floating product energy procurement.
If your organisation has old, inefficient buildings you could be wasting a lot of energy and unnecessarily increasing your overall costs. There are numerous ways you can improve your energy efficiency and lower the associated costs, from upgrading and installing new technologies such as solar panels, power voltage optimisation regulators and equipment to on-site generation.