Business energy users have plenty of ways to make their workplace greener but will have to take steps to encourage their employees.
This is the view put forward by Michael Shanks, chief technology officer at Ultraspeed, who said the "simple way" to be green is to ensure staff can be green.
"This can be achieved in a variety of ways including the usual; recycling paper and food waste," he noted.
Going down the "paperless office" route will also help businesses cut down their emissions and save energy, and they could even encourage their suppliers and clients to do the same.
Indeed, IT practices can be altered to save cheap energy, as this is the area which tends to consume most power in the majority of companies
"Desktops can be virtualised and run from fewer pieces of enterprise grade server equipment, automation can be introduced to turn off equipment that is not in use at certain times of the day, and internal data centres can be optimised to run more efficiently on warmer air," Mr Cartland added.
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