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Finding savings for big energy users

From identifying new energy saving opportunities, to providing financial support and technical expertise, we’re here to help you slash your energy costs and grow a greener business.

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Energy is a significant cost for any business. For industrial businesses however, managing energy costs effectively is often a key success factor - and finding energy efficiency improvements can be a big boost to the bottom line. 

The most successful industrial businesses take energy management seriously and have done so for many years. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t energy efficiency improvements that can still be made. In fact, typically, our team of advisors find over £22,000 worth of annual savings for the manufacturing businesses that we advise.

If you are an SME and based in Scotland, fill in the form below and we’ll arrange for one of experts to take a completely free and impartial look at your operations to see how much you could save too.

Some of the businesses that are already saving…

If you’re a manufacturer, engineering firm, or even a leisure or hospitality business with a high energy demand, we are here to help you find savings. And with our ongoing support and interest free SME loans, we can make delivering your projects a breeze.

Arrange your free energy saving assessment

Simply fill in the form below or call us on 0808 808 2268 and we’ll arrange a suitable time to review your operations and produce a confidential report highlighting your top energy savings opportunities.

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