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Business Energy Challenge 2015: Get ahead of the game with Gibbons

In 2014, London Mayor Boris Johnson launched the Business Energy Challenge, a new initiative which aims to encourage companies in the capital to reduce their energy consumption. The scheme was so successful that it has recently returned for a second year with even more award categories.

The challenge is open to businesses of all sizes and offers awards to those showcasing their commitment to energy reduction, with prizes available for ‘climber of the year’, ‘team climb’ and ‘large portfolio climber of the challenge’ among others.

Last year’s Business Energy Challenge saw the 27 award winners – including organisations such as BT, McDonald’s and Royal Bank of Scotland – reduce their carbon emissions by over 80,000 tonnes in 2013/14 compared to 2010/11. That equates to £12.5 million in energy costs, enough to power more than 10,700 UK households for a year.

If you’re a London-based business, entering these prestigious awards could significantly enhance public perception of your business. So if you’re interested in taking part, Gibbons is here to help.

We’ve been at the forefront of energy efficiency and carbon reduction in buildings and process for 20 years and have the expertise, products and services to help you maximise energy efficiency and reduce costs whilst doing your bit for the environment.

HVAC systems, electric motors and pumps account for 65% of a building's energy use, so the potential for saving money is huge. Delivering projects in the hospitality, food and beverage and manufacturing sectors to name just a few, we supply the latest high-efficiency equipment along with state-of-the-art variable-speed drives in order to optimise systems and keep our clients’ energy costs to a minimum.

To discuss your business’s energy requirements, call Gibbons on 01621 868138 or email  

HVAC Services, Humidification, Variable-Speed Drives, Electric Motors, Panel Building, Pumps & Controls, Transmission Systems, Ultraviolet Solutions

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