Email Newsletters: Register for email newsletters and get up-to-date news, directly to your inbox, from Convenience Store
As the need to keep a lid on overheads grows, retailers have been turning to energy-efficient technologies. Here’s the latest ideas.
Energy expert Brian O’Hagan offers some top tips on how to make sure you’re switched on when it comes to dealing with energy brokers.
Fixing your energy prices can feel like a bit of a gamble, but as energy costs continue to mount, it’s one which should pay off.
Improvements to LED lighting mean previous arguments against the technology have been shattered. Here’s why they need a second glance.
Winning a free energy audit courtesy of C-Store and Npower means Peter Barrack can shave more than £2,500 off annual energy bills at his store.
Hot weather can play havoc with your chillers and send energy bills soaring. Here are a few pointers to make sure your equipment keeps its cool
A growing number of retailers are investing in a new way to save money on their energy bills and extend the life of their electrical goods. Gaelle Walker finds out more about the potential of voltage optimisation.
An energy audit of Walter Bush’s store identified potential savings of 25%. Npower is offering six other readers a free energy audit.
Derbyshire retailer Dee Sedani needed some convincing that LED lighting could save him money, but now he is advocating it for the entire industry.
An Ecomonitor energy survey of Mace Victoria Dock shows that owner Perry has good awareness of his energy usage, but a few small changes could save him more money. Sarah Britton reports
British Gas has been forced to stop making its online energy management tool available to new small business customers
Every inch of The Southern Co-op’s new Chobham store has been designed with energy saving in mind.
Energy regulator Ofgem has pledged to support small businesses and ensure suppliers treat them more fairly.
A few simple changes can make a big difference to your energy bills. Gaelle Walker provides these pointers to help you start saving today.
An energy audit of retailer Anjali Karpal’s store in West Sussex turned up some electrifying results. How does your store compare?
Sales have been anything but cool at Londis Blean since Binny Amin fitted new chillers with doors
Results of an energy review at Andrew Thornton’s Crouch End store have enabled him to reduce his second store’s carbon footprint by 43%.
Energy consumption has become one of the biggest issues for convenience store…
Retailers are urged to sign up to a campaign that promises to cut fuel bills…
With costs rising all the time, finding ways to cut energy bills needs to be a priority…
Site powered by Webvision Cloud