Energy efficiency measures could help businesses reduce business bills by 18-25%
Deploying energy saving measures could help businesses reduce their overall business bills by anywhere between 18 to 25%, a recent report by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has been able to reveal.
The paper suggests that energy efficiency can reduce bills by 18-25% with an average payback of less than 1.5 years. Furthermore, it points out that 31% of FSB members said energy costs were a barrier to growth and 90% of them want to be energy efficient but only a fifth have been offered advice on how to be.
45% of small businesses say rented premises prevent further efficiency and 61% of small businesses say enhanced tax relief would encourage energy efficiency, data from the FSB suggests. Plus, according to the report, more than half of small businesses “are motivated by environmental protection”.
HeatingSave – helping businesses save energy and money
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