The South Jersey Energy Blog

3 Energy-Efficiency Tips To Protect Your Enterprise’s Bottom Line

Posted by Salvatore Ritorto on Feb 26, 2015

Energy costs are rising each year. Commercial facilities in the U.S. take a huge hit when it comes to energy costs, paying an average of over $22,000 annually. These costs have significant potential for reduction. In fact, the EPA estimates any existing commercial facility has an energy-saving potential of 30%. 

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4 Ways To Maximize Your Company’s Energy Efficiency

Posted by Dave Granitzki on Feb 05, 2015

Any existing commercial facility has an energy-saving potential of 30%, according to the EPA. Since commercial buildings in the U.S. average over $22,000 per year in energy costs, that percent of energy savings has a significant impact on your spending. 

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4 Secrets To Industrial Energy Efficiency And Utility Savings

Posted by Phil Cerria on Jan 29, 2015

Industrial energy efficiency has improved dramatically in the last 25 years, according to a study by the International Energy Agency. Even so, about one-third of global energy demand still goes toward industry. The high level of energy that industrial plants consume has a large impact on both the economy and the environment. 

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5 Ways To Light Your Business And Add Value To Your Bottom Line

Posted by Tammy Garrison on Jan 27, 2015

Lighting is the largest line item in any commercial electricity bill, accounting for about 32% of total electric energy costs. When you switch to high-efficient lighting, you see an immediate impact on your utility bill. 

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Maximize Your Energy Efficiency With The Right Business Equipment

Posted by Dave Granitzki on Jan 13, 2015

Achieving the highest level of energy efficiency in your commercial building is not a one-time task; it’s an ongoing effort that requires a great deal of thought and planning. You have to consider all the factors in your facility to gain the greatest amount of energy savings. Your business equipment is a great place to start. 

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