The Cost of Inaction

7th December 2017

With the cost of energy continuing to rise and most organisations expecting their utility costs to increase 25% by 2020, the Cost of Inaction Report shows how your organisations will be impacted if no action is taken.

The Cost of Inaction Report

Utility costs are rising and it’s imperative that organisations take action to reduce their consumption to mitigate these. Non-commodity costs are increasing year on year, due to make up over 60% of your bill by 2020. This cost has risen alongside other costs such as the national living wage, the workplace pension as well as the new apprenticeship levy.

If organisations don’t take action to reduce their annual consumption, UK organisations combined could expect to pay an extra £7.42 billion on energy costs by 2019.

The report includes:

  • Why non-commodity costs are increasing
  • What options you have to reduce these costs
  • What organisations can expect if no action is taken
  • How to take back control of your costs

 

Enter your details to download the Cost of Inaction Report, and find out how you can take action and prepare your organisation for the future.