Here are seven practical tips on reducing energy costs and trimming bills.
Setting your office or workplace thermostat significantly higher or lower than the ambient air temperature uses more energy, and can quickly bump up your commercial energy bills. In fact, according to the Victorian Government, every degree above 20 degrees on your thermostat can add 10% to your heating bill. In winter, heating can account for over 30% of your bill.
Although heating and cooling requirements will vary depending on your business, there are a few general things you can do to stay efficient:
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