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Energy rates are continuing to rise across Australia. By managing the energy use of your business, you can take control of your energy bills and reduce the impact your business has on the environment.
The benefits can often be more than just financial and environmental. Businesses we’ve worked with have also seen improvements in:
"I used to think energy bills were an unavoidable cost of doing business. I now look forward to receiving my bills!"
– Leanne, owner of South Coast Junior Aquatics Warrnambool, who cut her gas bill by 65% after upgrading her energy infrastructure.
It’s always good to seek advice and knowledge from similar businesses and industry groups.
We’ve work with business owners from varying industries, to lower their energy consumption and, in turn, saved money.
Read about businesses who have reduced their energy costs
Some providers offer energy plans that support renewable energy.
Although these plans can cost more, they reduce your greenhouse gas emissions and support the renewable energy industry. This will drive down prices in the future.
Understand your bill to get a better rate
Understand where you’re using energy in your business so you know how to take action.
Measure your energy use
Every business is unique. Find ways to reduce your energy use based on the way your business operates.
We created a tool to take the guess work out of finding the:
Use the energy upgrades tool.
If you need to build a business case to get energy efficiency prioritised in your business, it’s worth investing in an energy audit.
An energy audit will provide you with a report identifying where your business can be more efficient and your biggest opportunities to save energy.
Find an energy auditor for your business.
There are a range of finance options to help pay for energy-saving equipment without the upfront capital.
Compare finance options
"Our energy upgrade has turned us into energy budgeting experts!"
– Burke Brandon, owner of Prom Country Cheese, who halved his energy bill after an energy audit and upgrade.
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