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New energy technology – the agenda for Public Sector

Manage energy costs, meet sustainability targets, improve
operational efficiency.
The Public Sector is under constant pressure to cut costs and improve services, all while meeting stringent environmental legislation. As energy costs are a significant outlay, savings and performance are top of mind. And, due to the critical role the public sector plays in society, resilience is key.
What can new energy technology offer?
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The power of knowledge
Gives insight into energy usage over large and distributed sites, helping inform your investment, maintenance and improvement strategies.
less cost, more revenue.
Less costs, more revenue
Offers you significant energy costs savings through efficiency gains that would normally only be achievable through negotiation with energy suppliers.
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Greater energy control
Aids your delivery of ‘always on’ citizen services and improves resilience against energy supply interruptions and equipment failure. Gives large energy users the opportunity to export unused energy back into the grid.
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Reduced waste, reduced carbon
Makes sustainability targets significantly more achievable, particularly important in the face of increasingly stringent emissions legislation.
10bn
the annual energy demand (in KWh) of UK Government Estate (source: Carbon Trust)
£750m
estimated total annual energy costs of local authorities (source: Carbon Trust)
2020
the deadline for UK to provide 15% of energy needs from renewable sources, which it will fail to meet (source: Parliament)