TIPS TO REDUCE YOUR BUSINESS ELECTRICITY BILLS With the steady rises in the electricity rates in Western Australia. Many businesses are trying to cut their excess electricity cost and save money from their business electricity bill. But then again, how can you reduce your business electricity bill?. It is important to properly manage your business’s … Read more
COMMERCIAL SOLAR INVESTMENT GUIDE Why should you use a Consultant for your Commercial Solar Purchase? When you are considering having a commercial solar installation for your business, there will be many factors to consider. The process itself can be very confusing and too technical. With various solar providers throughout Australia, the task of choosing the most … Read more
Client’s Challenge Canon Food Services consumes an enormous amount of gas and electricity that translates to high energy costs. Being a proud Australian owned company that supplies affordable, high-quality products, it is paramount to Canon Food Services to keep all the production costs within their budget. With their site’s move to the Jandakot Airport Area … Read more
TIPS For Choosing A Gas Supplier In Perth Perth Western Australian residents now have more options and freedom to choose their gas supplier. Ever since the WA gas market became fully contestable in 2004, many gas suppliers in Perth have competed to provide the best services and offers for potential customers. This article will help … Read more
We probably are more dependent on electricity than we think. Whenever you need it, it’s always there. You use it to charge your phone or to turn on your AC. Electricity keeps us alive day after day. From boiling water for our morning tea or coffee to have a warm shower late at night after work. Has it ever popped up in your mind how exactly electricity is delivered to our homes or companies?
Electricity is what keeps us going from day to day. We use electricity nearly all the time. From turning on the lights, using the air conditioner to charging our gadgets, also to operate machinery in our businesses. All of those add up to our electricity bill. The cost of using electricity is generally referred to as a ‘usage charge’.These rates vary from state to state and from all different suppliers.