19 Mar, 2020

Energy savings for small business


Free help aimed at saving on professional services energy costs. Tailored advice and tips to help cut energy costs for small businesses in the professional services industry.

Free independent energy advice tailored to your business. Speak to a business expert to find out ways you can save.

We get business. We get energy. We get you.

Australian Business and other divisions of the NSW Business Chamber have been supporting your business needs since 1826, and we continue to deliver what you need for your business. From the moment consumers told us rising energy costs were having an impact on their bottom line, we knew we had to take action. So we did.

Since launching the Australian Business Energy service in 2018, we have identified energy savings estimated at over $7 million across more than 4,000 accounts¹, allowing more money to go back into businesses.

Now we take it one step further. As partners with the Australian Government, we now offer a free and independent energy advice program for Australian businesses aimed at reducing energy costs.

Responding to concerns raised by business, the ACCC undertook a Retail Electricity Pricing Inquiry in 2018. The final report set out 56 recommendations to address rising retail electricity prices. The Business Energy Advice Program (beap) responds to the ACCC’s recommendation to deliver tailored energy savings advice for eligible small businesses.

We can audit and suggest potential energy-saving opportunities and give access to case studies, fact sheets, and information on how businesses can access government grants. We will provide advice that aims to deliver real energy savings for your business.

3 easy steps to save

Your steps towards energy savings success

Step 1: Register for your free consultation

If your business has between 6-20 employees or is a drought-affected business employing 0-5 employees, you qualify for a one-on-one consultation with an independent business expert. They understand the specific energy needs of your industry and can advise on potential energy-saving opportunities.

Step 2: Get your energy savings report

After your consultation you will receive a free report tailored to your business. The report suggests ways to make the most of the latest technology and best practice so that you can make changes to your business when it suits you.

Step 3: Even more ways to save on energy

Our service also gives you access to case studies, facts sheets and information on how your business may be able to access government grants, to enable your business to unlock even more energy savings. For more information or to get started: businessenergyadvice.com.au

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