Energy audit support

2nd July 2015


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IEMA

Small businesses will be able to find help with energy management through a new service from the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) and Utilitywise.

Small businesses will be able to find help with energy management through a new service from the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) and Utilitywise.

RBS already offers advice on environmental management and health and safety through RBS Mentor. Its partnership with the energy consultancy will now expand to cover onsite energy audits.

These will demonstrate possible financial and carbon dioxide savings along with a range of detailed recommendations.

The RBS/Utilitywise team will help SMEs understand the information and provide support to help them become more energy efficient.

John Muncey, head of RBS Mentor, said: “Energy is an important but often forgotten part of most small businesses’ supply chains and better management of energy use can help reap important savings that add to cash flow.”


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