I was reading the Independent over lunch today, and noticed this advert about saving money on energy bills. It struck me that the main focus of…
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Businesses in the UK are more worried about energy costs and supply than health and safety, legislation, and security, according to the npower Business Energy Index, published 18 July 2011.
The same report also found that one in six businesses do not have a plan for coping with increased energy prices, or for meeting reduced carbon emission targets.
Planning for future risks take time and man hours away from “business as usual”, and as a small business owner myself, I know how stretched resources can be.
A few weeks ago I fell off my mountain bike.
I was cycling to a meeting in the centre of Brighton, and whilst attempting to take a probably illegal shortcut, I didn’t see a large pothole in front of a ramp, hit it, and flew over the top of my bike onto the road.
Luckily there were no cars around…
We’re all talking about saving energy these days, and it’s getting easier and easier to start generating your own electricity in your own home. We asked Chris from moneysupermarket.com for a bit more information on what you can do to go green.
Calling all energy saving heroes: if you are the proud owner of Britain’s greenest home, you could be in the running for a tidy £3000 (first prize) or £1000 (second prize) – a very nice addition to the money you’ve already saved from all of your energy saving initiatives!