The way your business is charged for some of its non-commodity costs is changing – which means you may need to adapt your energy management strategy to avoid higher energy bills. By making changes now, you can mitigate the impact of these changes on your business’s bottom line – here’s what you need to know.
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Whether your business is big or small, you should be striving to keep your energy bills as low as possible. Any reduction you can make to your energy expenditure will provide a boost to your bottom line. So how can you be sure that you’re not overpaying for your energy?
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As non-commodity charges now make up around 60% of business energy costs, it has become increasingly important for organisations to stay up to date with legislative changes that could affect their bill.