tadea competition to help businesses cut costs
Businesses in the region looking to increase efficiency and reduce their overheads still have time to enter tadea’s free energy audit competition.
The Billingham-based sustainability organisation has teamed up with BDaily to offer three free energy audits to businesses in the North East. The audits could save organisations up to 20 per cent on their utility bills* – helping them to reduce costs while simultaneously boosting their green credentials by cutting the size of their carbon footprint. Businesses have until 5pm on December 7, 2012, to register for the competition.
The energy audits include a walk round survey assessing each organisation’s premises, including the boiler plant, building fabric, lighting system and controls. It will look at how the building occupiers operate their energy consuming equipment, hot water appliances and the equipment operating times. Following the audit, a recommendations report and Display Energy Certificate will be produced. The report will outline the ways in which the selected businesses can reduce their fuel bills, carbon emissions and save money.
David Morgan, tadea’s Commercial Manager, says: “Our energy audits can help businesses cut their costs and also help the environment, and we would like as many businesses as possible to sign up to enter the competition.
“Increasing energy efficiency can be incredibly easy to do and the savings made can really mount up. Even making small changes to the ways electricity and gas are used can save businesses a lot of money. There are other measures that can be taken too, which we will outline in the energy audit reports we provide.
“After an initial investment, people are surprised how quickly the improvements pay for themselves – and how quickly they can be reflected in reduced running costs. tadea will help to provide the information and support they need to make the most of what we suggest.”
To be in with a chance of winning a free energy audit simply visit: www.tadea.com/eacomp and complete the online entry form. Alternatively, email your name, business name, business address, contact telephone number and if possible the approximate annual energy consumption in units (e.g. for electric kWh) and monetary value to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To find out more about energy audits, contact tadea on: 0845 602 9569
*Carbon Trust data
This was posted in Bdaily's Members' News section by tadea .