Our knowledge is your power

The complete energy management consultancy

Helping clients control their energy costs since 2000

Monitoring, controlling and conserving energy and water use whilst keeping up to date with environmental compliance can be a time-consuming and often complicated task for any business. As an independent professional body, we take care of that process for a small fraction of the overall energy and water spend, enabling our clients to focus on what they do best.

Business Energy Consultants

Our highly-experienced team of engineers negotiate with suppliers to secure the most favourable energy and water contracts, in terms of price, length and the terms and conditions. In addition to our energy procurement skills, we provide a multitude of other services such as invoice validation, risk and budget management, change of tenancy, capacity allowance and smart meter management, legislation and compliance and technical advice.

In essence, our knowledge is your power.

  • Search once for all the major energy suppliers
  • Extended fixed pricing for up to 60 months
  • No sign up, no commitment required
  • Potentially saving your business £1,000s
  • Specialist Business Energy Consultants

Case Study: Restore Document Management

Restore Document Management are the largest UK-owned records management company, servicing 4,000 small, medium and blue-chip-sized companies from over 100 storage, scanning and shredding facilities the length and breadth of the UK.

Restore called on Energy Management’s expertise because, like most companies, energy was a significant overhead. While securing the best price for their energy was one of their main priorities, Restore and Energy Management also identified a number of areas requiring further support such as accurate budgetary management, invoice validation and an Available Capacity review. This support continually evolves with changes in legislation, ESOS being a recent example (Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme).

“They have delivered results, there are no two ways about it. We have made instant savings from day one with minimum fuss. Most importantly, I trust them.” – David English, Commercial Director, Restore Records Management

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Latest Energy Updates

Oil Price Stabilises As Saudi Makes Quick Restoration Of Output

September 18th, 2019

Oil stabilised on signs Saudi Arabia is quickly restoring production following a weekend attack after two tumultuous days in which it surged the most on record and then pared around half of that gain. Saudi Aramco said it had revived 41% of capacity at a key crude-processing complex days after a devastating aerial attack that wrecked vital equipment and rocked global energy markets.

Despite this crude was still 7% higher than the pre-attack price. Abqaiq is back up to processing around 2 million barrels a day and by the end of September should return to pre-attack levels of 4.9 million, It will take about 10 days to recover.

World’s Biggest Mobile Operators Make First Step Towards Net-Zero

September 17th, 2019

BT Group and Vodafone Group are among a coalition of 50+ mobile operators to have agreed to begin publicly disclosing their climate impacts.

The businesses, convened by trade association GSMA, have collectively committed to disclose their energy use, greenhouse gas (GHG) footprints and wider climate impacts through CDP. The GSMA had urged companies to begin disclosure as a first step towards co-developing a sector wide roadmap for reaching Net-Zero carbon by 2050. The GSMA believe that many of its members could reach net-zero significantly ahead the recommended deadline.

The mobile industry is said to form the backbone of the future economy and therefore has a unique opportunity to drive change across multiple sectors.

Airport Switches To 100% Renewable Electricity

September 16th, 2019

Shortly after they announced plans to make its own operations carbon-neutral by 2025, Bristol Airport also announced it was switching to 100% renewable electricity.

The move has been facilitated via a three-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with Ørsted, which will see the airport’s annual electricity demand of 17 million kWh met with wind generation. The airport claims the majority of electricity is used by the terminal buildings, its wider estates and aircraft stands fixed with FEGP units.

The Airport estimates that it will generate 14,000 tonnes less of power-related carbon emissions, compared to its current electricity mix. The switch is set to take place in early October. From next month, our terminal and other facilities will be powered by renewable energy – a significant step on our journey to carbon neutrality.

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