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Is Your Business Paying Too Much For Energy?

Small Businesses can now quickly check their energy spend through the Small Business Energy Check as part of the Business Energy Advice Program from the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources. This online tool will compare your energy costs to other similar businesses in the same industry and region to use as a benchmarking tool.

The tool is designed for businesses that:

  • Have up to 20 staff
  • Earn up to $10 million in revenue
  • Are located anywhere in Australia
  • Operate out of any type of premises

To complete the Small Business Energy Check, all you need is a recent energy bill and some information about your industry and business. You will not be required to provide your contact details, and the advice is independent and not affiliated with any energy retailers. Most businesses can complete the required information in less than three minutes, making it a quick and straightforward way to check your energy costs.

Small businesses that would like to investigate the energy costs further can also apply for an energy consultation through the Business Energy Advice Program. This program provides personalised advice to small businesses to reduce their energy usage and get better energy deals.

Through this service, you will:

  • understand your energy-saving opportunities
  • choose the best energy plan for your business
  • receive tailored advice on energy efficiency opportunities best suited to your industry
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