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How to support your clients carbon reporting requirements

Carbon reporting is something many businesses across the UK are required to do to support the UK government’s target of reducing emissions by 78% by 2035 compared to 1990 levels. This is something energy management clients will also need to comply with, but this is a chance for energy managers, to turn what seems like a complex and tedious task into an opportunity to reduce costs and improve their client’s reputation.


The role of data and technology in supporting energy management

Energy management is challenging, especially for consultancies who require a whole host of energy technology solutions. It’s no secret that technology is the future of energy management and continued innovation in energy technology can help us reduce the worlds carbon emissions. But how can consultancies embrace technology to grow their businesses whilst helping their clients with their own energy management challenges?


Common energy monitoring myths

There are many common myths and misconceptions around energy monitoring systems and knowing which are correct can help you better monitor and manage your businesses or your clients energy. Let’s take a look at some common energy monitoring myths and the truth behind them.

Rising energy prices: What it means for your business

Energy prices have been rising over the past few years, propelled by the COVID-19 pandemic and still look to remain challenging in 2022. In 2021, gas and power prices reached all-time highs and supported energy prices have continued into the first quarter of 2022.

But what is the true cost of rising energy prices and how can you tackle them? Let’s first look at what’s currently happening in the energy market.