Mind your own business

Walsh, John
June 2006
Utility Week;6/2/2006, Vol. 25 Issue 14, p26
Trade Publication
The article highlights the significance of energy management to companies in times of environmental and financial concerns in Great Britain. £5.2 billion more were paid by businesses and domestic consumers for gas and electricity over the winter of 2004 to 2005. An increase in energy cost is being blamed by Sudbrook Paper Mill for the loss of its 135 jobs. Businesses are said to accurately forecast future energy consumption and closely synchronize usage to their needs via Energy Performance Management developed by Energy Management Advisory Services.


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