Business and Business Energy News UK

6 Ways to Reduce Your Business Overheads

Saving money on your overheads is money that can then be reinvested into your business... 1. Go paperless Going paperless is a great way to not only reduce your business overheads but also helps create a more clutter free and green environment for your business. You can use cloud software or… Read more

Advice for Restaurants looking to Save Money on Energy Bills?

Are your Restaurant's energy bills turning your business into Hell’s Kitchen? Restaurants and takeaways alike suffer the same when it comes to their business energy, as gas and electricity remain one of the largest operating costs any food outlet will face. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, commercial kitchens require two… Read more

School budget cuts – Could energy saving measures help?

Since the last election, school budget cuts have been a hot topic. They have had an effect on various UK services nationwide such as education and healthcare. This has resulted in a power struggle against the cuts, forcing government ran and subsidised facilities to drastically rethink their spending habits. The… Read more

Start a career that makes you happy

How to find the perfect job and start a career Everyone reaches a point in their lives when they finally have the skills and experience necessary to not have to just take the first role that presents itself. This is the point in which you can start a career in… Read more

Get the FRACK away from Lancashire says residents

It’s no secret that Fracking, or Hydraulic Fracturing, has become an extremely controversial energy source over the past few years. It has been made even more so as David Cameron continues to support seeing “uncontroversial [shale] gas properly exploited in our country,” despite opposition from the public over health concerns… Read more

How will the EU referendum affect UK Businesses?

There's a lot of debate going on right now about whether the UK should stay in the EU or leave. For many business owners, especially those who deal with other businesses and countries within the EU, there seems to be a lot of uncertainty about the situation we all face.… Read more

Will Scotland be the EU’s first renewable nation?

We all know that the Scottish are hardy folk. They endure the worst of the rain, wind and snow year after year but still maintain an uncanny resilience to its attempts to disrupt their daily lives. Since the pre 1200’s, when the English invaded, the likes of William Wallace used… Read more

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