Green energy for small businesses

According to a survey by Haven Power,72% of SMEswould like to see more commitment to renewable energy from their current supplier.

Assessing your energy usage and reviewing where you source your energy can help your business reduce its overall carbon footprint.

A simple step towards tackling climate change involves using renewable energy for your business utilities.

You may need to shop around and evaluate sources of green energy to choose the best supplier for your business needs and environmental strategy.

Green energy suppliers often obtain their energy from renewables such as wind, hydro, solar, and biomass sources, all releasing zero or low carbon emissions.

Making the switch to energy from renewable sources may also boost your organisation's green credentials, enhancing your reputation as a sustainable and eco-friendly business.

Further resources

You can find out more about renewable energy supplies and choosing the right one for your business below:

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Featuring a glossary of sustainable terms curated in partnership with the Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent University, our green decoder is helping smaller businesses decipher the terminology surrounding decarbonisation.

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