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Energy Generation

1 In 3 UK Businesses Are Now Generating Their Own Power. Are You?

Energy usage can add up to some of the biggest operating costs of a business, with the pence per-unit cost of electricity for business customers having risen by 37% in five years. With spare generating capacity in doubt, this could rise further, leading many businesses to look towards on-site generation.

Not only could generating your own electricity save you money, but it could also enhance the reputation of your business by cutting carbon emissions and improving its green credentials. Because of this, businesses of all sizes from all sectors are realizing the potential benefits from implementing sustainable practices, and the advantages it gives them over their competitors.

So which renewable energy technology is most suitable? How do I get it installed properly? Who will monitor the results? These are common questions we get asked.

Easee Energy & Environmental provide the full solution, from feasibility, detailed design and project management through to installation, operation & maintenance, and can even secure finance or funding for the project.

While the equipment to tap into solar, wind, CHP or other alternative energy sources isn’t free to install, prices are falling quickly, the switch to renewables is relatively inexpensive, adding less than 1pc to power bills, according to Bain & Co. It is an investment that brings far more in benefits than it costs and particularly opens the door to demonstrate that a business is engaged in the environmentally friendly approaches. The potential contribution towards shrinking energy bills and even profitability makes renewable power an attractive proposition that ticks all the boxes of corporate, social and civic responsibilities.

Make energy cost, a profit centre.

A business can now be an energy generator as well as a consumer. Self-generation of renewable power to cover a firm’s own needs, and the selling or trading of surplus to the grid, in effect makes energy a profit centre rather than a cost.