Typical invoice
error rates

1. Scrutinize your bills

Some markets have invoice error rates of over %1

% of errors in energy invoices are due to complex tariff structures1

Save up to % by negotiating a new tariff1

  • Not all billing errors are clerical. Using equipment or processes to verify consumption can identify technical issues, like water leaks.
  • Utilities often embed penalties in the rates. Unbundle those charges to remedy the causes of hidden penalties, like power factor surcharges.
- %

Potential equipment efficiency
gained after upgrading

2. Update your equipment

Effective energy-efficiency measures include1:

LED upgrades
-% efficiency gained on lighting costs

Variable speed drive installation
can reduce variable loads:
-% savings on pump and fan consumption
Up to % savings on compressed air

  • Equipment in your facilities may be oversized for their current function
  • Upgrading equipment can cut down repair and maintenance costs in addition to providing energy savings
  • Functioning equipment is not always the most energy-efficient
20,000 savings

Typical tax exemption
for a €2 mil energy budget

3. Claim the rebates & incentives

Our database of active and planned rebates and incentives can save you time and money:

35,000+ active programs for the USA

Tax exemption can be up to % of typical energy budgets2

$3.billion+ per annum in rebates and incentives are dedicated to energy-efficiency projects in the US3

  • Energy-efficiency projects qualifying for rebates or incentives include LED lights, HVAC, and battery-charger upgrades
  • The cash incentives for upgrading to more energy-efficient equipment may seem low at first
  • However, when the amount is claimed for all qualified sites across your business, the savings are significant

Typically identified energy-savings
projects requiring no or minimum capital

4. Adjust your habits

% of typically identified energy-savings projects required no or minimum capital1, e.g.:

Gain up to % energy savings on equipment loads by turning equipment off during weekends at 24/5 facilities1

Save % of HVAC system energy use with 0.5oC (1oF) setback over an 8-hour period4

Achieve up to % energy savings by simply making occupants aware of energy consumption metrics (the Hawthorne Effect)5

    You can make energy management part of your culture by empowering employees to suggest ideas. Great ideas from staff plus policies or procedures can also assure consistent behaviour. Furthermore, as you integrate energy efficiency processes into the organisation, the actions naturally drive innovation.


Reduction in the price
of PV technology

5. Go green

% reduction in the price of photovoltaic (PV) technology in the last five years as technology advances6

A typical 4 KW PV system (~£5k investment) in London or the southeast would generate roughly £ a year in generation tariffs, plus a further £ in exports to the grid and £ in electricity bill savings7.

The average US energy rate is $ per megawatt hour, with current production tax credit incentives, you can save %1

  • Two-thirds of Global 100 have set GHG emission reduction commitment or renewable energy commitments, or both8
  • 81% of CEOs believe that the sustainability reputation of their company is important in consumers' purchasing decisions9

If you’re serious about cutting energy spend, complement your skills with energy experts who can:

  • Identify energy-saving opportunities with the greatest impact and fastest payback
  • Share in-depth market knowledge for optimizing energy procurement
  • Bring a wealth of knowledge and segment experience to reduce project costs and time
  • Track and monitor all stages of the energy-saving projects and provide continual recommendations for future savings
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