The purpose of this guide is to provide you with a comprehensive overview of what energy management is, why you should care about it and how you can actually manage the energy consumption of your business.
During the Covid19 facility shutdown, the team at the Celtic Collection needed a way of making sure usage didn't creep up as a result of the skeleton crew on site accidentally leaving appliances on or possibly due to faulty equipment. This was where Surple came in.
We're excited to announce that we are one of 30 companies selected to join Tech Nation Net Zero 1.0. It's the first growth programme of its kind to support green companies helping the UK reach its goal of net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
Are costly energy bills getting you down? Setting energy alarms can help you to take control of your energy use and save thousands in the process. Following this approach has helped Surple customers save tens of thousands of pounds annually.
Energy analytics is a term that's being used more frequently in the energy industry. But what does it mean? Energy analytics is essentially the process of applying advanced analytical models to energy data to deliver insights. We explore this in detail.
Many businesses are spending a fortune on commercial solar panels. However, some aren't doing enough to maintain the efficiency of their solar panels during their lifetime. As a result, their panels don't output as much electricity as they could, costing the business.
We recently caught up with Joel to find out how COVID-19 has affected energy management at the Resort. Joel Kirby is the Energy and Environmental Manager at the Celtic Manor Resort in Wales. He is primarily responsible for improving efficiencies to reduce the Resort's utility spend and impact on the environment.
Creating a business energy strategy can be difficult, especially if you've never done it before. The energy landscape is constantly changing, and the techniques that worked five years ago might not be so relevant today. Here are our top tips for creating an effective business energy strategy.
Historically, many businesses viewed energy as an uncontrollable operating cost. Now though, more companies than ever before, recognise energy management as a business opportunity.
Many businesses pay their energy bills without much of a second thought. But, with business energy bills soaring in the past few years, there's never been a better time to think about reducing costs. One of the best ways to cut costs is to reduce the amount of energy your business uses. If you aren't already considering how to reduce usage, you could be missing out on significant opportunities for cost reduction.
Business energy management is more important than ever in 2020. Although it can sometimes feel like an impossible task for energy managers, effective energy management has various benefits. This post outlines the six energy management benefits that are the most important in 2020.
In 2016, Newport City Council spent £4.1 million on energy and water, and the schools in the region accounted for approximately £1.7 million of this. The council's energy management team recognised that they needed to reduce school energy use and set out to find a product to help them achieve this.