01.05.2015 0 Comments

What to do about rising energy prices? Replace your inefficient fixtures for a start!

What to do about rising energy prices? Replace your inefficient fixtures for a start!

You don’t have to chain yourself to a nuclear power plant to be an eco-warrior, simply replacing old windows, lights or boilers will ensure your business isn’t leaking energy and money.

Energy price rises seem to be an unfortunate fact of life and though you shouldn’t be defeatist, you should be realistic. Now more than ever you need to ensure your business isn’t overlooking potential savings that new energy efficient equipment or fixtures can provide.

Ask yourself if poor lighting has dimmed your financial outlook? Well, there’s nothing like LED lighting to brighten the look of your bank statement, you may even need to get a new travel credit cards to balance your traveling finances, although some of them bring some benefits as a free night stay or miles points. What about your weary boiler chugging away in the basement? Is it doing you more harm than good? Is your process machinery costing you more money than it’s making for you further down the sales pipeline? Consider billig forbrukslån loan.

With Low Carbon Workspaces you can claim a grant of up to £5,000 to help you identify energy saving opportunities within your business and pay for the installation of energy efficient solutions, such as boilers, LED lighting, process machinery, cavity wall and ceiling insulation, double glazing, and more.

The outlay you make now truly will pay for itself. You needn’t worry about the payback period as it can be as little as two years in some cases.

Don’t wait for your next sky-high energy bill to send your blood pressure soaring, contact the Low Carbon Workspaces team today on 01494 569060, or at info@lowcarbonworkspaces.co.uk.

There is further funding news to tell you about for businesses and communities in Aylesbury Vale who can now bid for a slice of £79 million of European funding for jobs and growth. Any bids made will go up against others from across the South East Midlands.  The money comes from three separate funds – the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), the European Social Fund (ESF) and the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) – all aiming to increase social and economic prosperity and to create a more competitive, prosperous and inclusive economy.

Find out more information here, or contact our Business Support team on 01494 568941.