Latest articles on commercial energy for the future
Australia's Biggest power station is set to close in 2025. What will this mean for businesses?
Liddell. Hazelwood. Loy Yang and Bayswater. And now, Origin Energy has announced their intention to move the closure of NSW’s largest power station forward by seven years.
What’s going on in the energy market? And more importantly: How could this trend of early station closures impact you as a business?
4 ways to take the strain out of your business bills in 2021
Here’s looking at you, 2021 - A year no doubt many of us are looking forward to as a clean slate and a chance to implement many of the hard learned lessons from 2020 about business and beyond.
We’ve been honoured to help thousands of businesses this year with their energy needs, both those who saw a dramatic upswing in demand, as well as those dropping a gear and seeking to trim fat and lower expenses.
No matter how your 2020 went, let’s take the strain out of the year to come in advance with our top four ways to better your bills.
Considered solar 5 years ago? How things have changed and why it could stack up for you.
If you’re a savvy business owner looking to cut costs and better your bottom line, you will no doubt have looked into solar energy. But like so many tech-driven, high demand industries, solar has continued to change and adapt at a record pace. As a result, what you may have considered only five years ago may be a relic in comparison to what options you have today.
Felt the winter sting of energy bills? Here's how to avoid that this summer
The start of Spring is a breath of fresh air for all of us, especially after a bumpy few months for many businesses across Australia and New Zealand. But that fresh optimism can quickly turn sour when we see that winter energy bill pop up in our inbox or letterbox.
Three months of avoiding freezing cold and keeping the lights on through shorter days makes grid energy a costly part of running your business and keeping your team comfortable. With a hot summer just around the corner, can we expect the same again soon as the temperature climbs?