Latest articles on commercial energy for the future
Energy Comparison vs Energy Brokering for SMBs
If you’re a small business, you’ll know the importance of keeping your costs down while you optimise your revenue. When it comes to your energy bills, you might feel stuck between a rock and a hard place - or ignore it all together and see the expense as a necessary evil when it comes to doing business.
Growing electricity bills as a High Energy User: What will the future cost you?
If the success of your business relies on access to high amounts of energy, you’re likely to have experienced the ongoing rollercoaster of electricity costs. So what will the future of energy cost you?
Is COVID-19 bringing business back to Australia?
For some industries, the changes in import/export restrictions across the world mean customers are looking towards Australian businesses to provide much needed supply. What could this unexpected pivot mean for your company?
Three Essential Facts About Energy Bills All Business Operators Should Know
It's the line item on your Profits and Loss sheet that we grow less fond of year in and out: Electricity and Gas.
It grows each year while delivering you the same result, leaving a bitter taste for many businesses focused on sustainable growth.
But it’s not all doom and gloom. What many financial controllers and business owners aren’t aware of is the key opportunities to reduce dependency and gain a little more control over your energy bills.
What will happen after all the coal power stations close by 2040 - and how will it impact you?
How do you run a business in Australia when one of your largest costs has tripled in 3-4 years? How do you plan for the next 3-4 years when the government has no clear path to solve this problem?
Choice Energy Saves AusVeg Vic Members More than $1.2 million through group procurement tender
Energy price rises are an economy-wide problem and have fuelled intense political debate about appropriate policy to provide reliable and affordable energy. Australian industry – including agriculture – is rapidly becoming uncompetitive against countries with cheaper and more reliable power.