Your industry-specific guides to energy efficiency
A new meter’s just the start of being smart – check out these general tips about saving energy from the Smart Energy GB website.
For the industry-specific guides below, we’ve used a number of reports by the Carbon Trust as a source. The Trust is a not-for-profit company supporting the UK’s move to a low carbon economy.
It’s also worth checking the Government’s Energy Technology Product List for the energy-efficient plant and machinery that qualifies for full tax relief – saving you even more.
Find the appropriate sector, then click the link to open the guide:
Hotels, resorts, B&Bs, inns, motels, serviced apartments, other types of accommodation, restaurants, pubs, takeaways, delis and cafes
Manufacturers of automobiles, household goods, sports equipment, other durable goods and jewellery, food and drink processors, businesses making other consumables
Central and local government, public administration, defence, emergency services, hospitals (including private), GP surgeries and health centres, opticians, dentists, children’s nurseries, schools, colleges and universities, professional bodies offering training and short courses (e.g. Chartered Institutes)
Professional services, office/administrative and general services, management companies and consultancies
Convenience stores, larger retailers and supermarkets, other retailers, shopping malls, sports and fitness centres, cinemas, theatres, music venues, libraries, museums and galleries, religious establishments, other recreational centres
Livestock farmers, agricultural/horticultural farmers, garden centres and nurseries