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Consumers are choosing to spend their money on “at home” and online leisure experiences, as well as demanding greener credentials from the brands they buy from. Combined with increased input costs, including energy, that are squeezing margins, now is the time for the leisure sector to optimise its energy infrastructures and services.
We have extensive experience in helping to solve leisure organisations' challenges, harnessing the power of energy to maximise their return on investments, ward off the threat of new competitors, and find new avenues for growth.
Read how leisure businesses are driving results with distributed energy solutions.
Alton Towers Resort is the largest theme park in the UK. Its CHP unit reduces annual energy costs,…
The Olde House has reduced a Cornish holiday site’s energy imports.
New CHP units and maintenance package at 13 leisure centres fuels cost savings, cuts in carbon…
The overall experience must be continually enhanced to support visitor expectations. New approaches to energy can create efficiencies that enable investment in better customer experiences, while protecting margins.
It is vital that business operations are resilient – customer safety is always protected and costly risk of unscheduled closures is minimised by utilising energy technologies that offer a flexible, reliable and secure energy infrastructure.
Leisure organisations must increase their appeal to environmentally-conscious consumers by implementing sustainable energy strategies - ensuring environmental compliance and strengthening brand loyalty.
Leisure organisations are already benefiting from a range of energy solutions, driving cost and carbon emission benefits.
Identify energy efficiency opportunities and potential equipment failures with insight into your site and energy assets.
Reduce energy costs and carbon emissions to deliver energy efficiency and sustainability goals.
Improve site resilience, energy costs and carbon emissions by using battery storage and renewables.
Generate a new source of revenue from on-site generation assets by reselling excess capacity to the grid.
Our bespoke commercial models enable new energy technologies to be deployed with no upfront costs, freeing up capital to invest.
Reduce dependence on your in-house resources and ensure the security and resilience of your energy supply.
Articles that will inform and support energy decisions within your leisure business
Our new report shows how the hospitality and leisure sector can cut energy costs by almost 25% using…
Why new energy strategies don’t just reduce costs, but also build more sustainable brands
Managers think energy efficiency first to stem rising costs
Our new report explains what it means to be a more economic and environmental business that is sustainable and future focused, and the steps you can take to start your journey.
We researched over 1,500 businesses and energy decision-makers in large organisations across 10 countries in 7 sectors to understand the experience businesses are having, how they are adapting to these changes and the changing role of energy.