To try and help our customers reduce their consumption and therefore reduce their monthly bills we have launched a range of energy management products including Consumption Reporting which gives our customers the power to reduce waste and cut costs...
(PRWEB UK) 31 March 2013
With the nation still gripped by sub zero temperatures during the Easter period All About Savings, the Uks leading commercial energy brokerage, has launched a new range of energy management products for businesses to help them manage their consumption and reduce their bills pro actively.
“We have had the coldest March for over a hundred years which has caused businesses in the UK to use a lot more Gas & Electricity to keep their buildings, staff and customers warm. This increase in consumption has driven up the average bill for almost all companies by around 29% which is a large amount for any company to absorb especially during the current economic climate” Say Jo Brookes, Marketing Manager at All About Savings.
Jo continues “To try and help our customers reduce their consumption and therefore reduce their monthly bills we have launched a range of energy management products including Consumption Reporting which gives our customers the power to reduce waste and cut costs leading to increased profitability. We have made this service available to both half hourly and non half hourly business energy users allowing all companies to benefit from the service”.
“Another popular service that many of our customers have taken up in March is our free Market Intelligence on Energy Prices. At All About Savings we are consistently monitoring the energy markets to provide information on current and predictions on future pricing. Our market intelligence reports are created to inform businesses on new trends emerging within the energy sector which will allow companies to budget their consumption properly.”
For more information on how All About Savings can assist your business please visit http://www.allaboutsavings.co.uk/business-electricity/half-hourly-meters/ or call 0845 1948 625.