DFD Services

If you run a small business, then energy bills are probably one of the highest costs you face. Business electricity and gas prices have been rising over the last few years, but it’s not all bad news.

Business electricity and gas usage is usually much higher than domestic usage, putting you in the perfect position to negotiate a better deal for your business. As a result of increased competition between energy suppliers, you could be making huge savings on your business electricity and gas simply by switching to a different supplier. Getting a better deal on your business electricity and gas takes time and expertise, time you could be spending on running your business. But don’t fall into the trap of sticking with your energy supplier – let us do the hard work for you.

Our Service is FREE

We deal with almost all the major energy suppliers and because we put most of our business through them, they are happy to pay us a fee for introducing your business to them.

We do not charge you in anyway whatsoever, in order for us to offer you a free no obligation quote, please call 08458620357 and one of our energy advisors will be more than happy to assist you.

Save Energy for Business

Save money by using energy more efficiently

1. Turn off office equipment when you’re not using it

Overnight, at weekends and during bank holidays. Savings on just a single computer and monitor could be up to £35 a year.

2. Cut lighting costs by as much as 15%

Turning off lights in empty rooms and replacing bulbs with energy saving ones.

3. A constantly dripping tap can cost your business about £400 per year

Make sure you turn off taps fully and fix any drips.

4. Save 4% of your turnover with waste management techniques

Such as partnering with other businesses to recycle waste or selling it to be used as raw materials.

5. Save 8% on your company’s heating bill

Turn the thermostat down one degree.

6. Ask your suppliers about take-back schemes for unused products

You may be able to get your money back, or at least a portion of the cost.

7. Save up to 1 month’s worth of fuel

Over a year through smarter driving such as reducing load and good maintenance.

8. Invest in efficient equipment to cut your energy and water costs

Government support includes interest-free energy efficiency loans delivered through the Carbon Trust.

9. To refill an inkjet cartridge costs about half the price of a new one

Use email where possible, set your PC to print double-sided and refill printer, fax and photocopier cartridges.

10. Always publicise your commitment to reducing your environmental impact

More than a third of consumers would favour recyclable products or those with minimal packaging.