We understand the need to support businesses in reducing energy consumption, to decrease costs and to contribute to a smaller carbon footprint; thereby, participating in the socially responsible fight against climate change and global warming. Carbon footprint reduction is a critical agenda item on the geo-political and economic world stage. It is a reasonable response to the ever-increasing cost of electricity, but also as a response to the Carbon Tax Act 15 of 2019..
Introducing energy reduction mechanisms can go some way to achieving these goals but embracing renewable and sustainable energy alternatives maximise the benefits and present exciting opportunities for the future.
We regularly advise on effective energy monitoring and reduction tools, and conduct feasibility and viability business cases for the use of alternative energy sources such as wind and solar power.