Firms in Northern Ireland are cutting their business gas and electricity use through a new energy saving scheme.
According to Energia, the scheme, which involves heat recovery devices, efficient lighting and refrigeration, has reduced business energy bills by more than £200,000, reports the Belfast Telegraph.
A number of high profile companies in Northern Ireland including Belfast International Airport have taken advantage of the scheme in order to streamline their business energy use and reduce bills from their energy suppliers.
Tom Gillen, chief operating officer at Energia, said the scheme gives companies the chance to save money in a number of areas.
"There is now a great opportunity for businesses to cut their overheads significantly through the use of grants which will cover at least 20 per cent of the investment," he said.
Launched in 2005, the energy efficient scheme for commercial companies was introduced by the Northern Ireland energy regulator in conjunction with the Energy Saving Trust.
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