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Energy Saving Tips for Your Business
Running a business is hard work. Cutting costs and increasing productivity is often on the top of every business’ to-do list. Click on the links below to find ways for your business to invest in efficiency upgrades to help you save on your utility bill each month.
Heating and Cooling
If your central air conditioning unit is more than 12 years old, replacing it with an ENERGY STAR certified model could cut your cooling costs by 30%. Find more tips like these, as well as savings on heating and cooling equipment from ENERGY STAR.
Save on Heating and Cooling with ENERGY STAR
Office Equipment Savings
Small changes can add up to big savings. ENERGY STAR's® office equipment program promotes energy-efficient computers, monitors, printers, fax machines, scanners, copiers and multi-function devices that automatically power down during extended inactivity.
Energy saving of 50 percent or more is possible.
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If you are interested in investing in your business’ efficiency, check out our InvestSmart with JEA Commercial Rebates to help lower your start-up cost.
InvestSmart Commercial Rebates
Small Business Savings
Are you a small business owner, operator, or employee looking for ways to increase energy efficiency in your facility? ENERGY STAR offers planning guides for implementing cost-effective energy improvement projects for your business.
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Involve Your Employees in Energy and Water Savings
Educate and encourage employees to be energy-conscious and to offer ideas about how energy can be saved. Employee buy-in and involvement can make or break your company's efforts to conserve energy.
Designate a "responsible party" to promote good energy practices for the organization and/or facility. This individual should work with management to facilitate energy savings ideas and strategies - optimizing energy use and costs minimizes overhead and operation costs.