Consumers are in a position where they may be able to influence business energy use, it has been claimed.
Emma Fryer, programme manager for energy and the environment at Intellect, a trade association for the UK technology sector, argued that businesses will need to respond to consumer demands in order to remain competitive.
"Customers will have a growing influence on the environmental practice of companies," she argued.
Aside from making more energy efficient products, businesses can also look to make savings across their corporate structure. Opting to find greener business energy tariffs may be one way that companies can limit their environmental impact.
Finding the most suitable tariff can also help business energy customers to save money.
One data centre provider, UK Fast, recently confirmed it is taking the step of starting its own green energy production facility as part of its effort to limit the impact on the environment of its business energy use.
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