Food and drink prices are rising at the fastest rate since 1977, hitting a 16.9% inflation rate in December. So, what is to blame? Energy prices are a large overhead for food manufacturers, and the wholesale price of gas and electricity has increased significantly over… Read More »Are food and drink manufacturers to blame for rising prices?
Cold stores operate 24/7 with a semi-fixed refrigeration infrastructure, so short of replacing that refrigeration equipment what can they do to reduce their energy costs ? First focus should be on efficiency (reducing kWh consumed). There are three main practical areas that should be acted on:1. Physical… Read More »What can cold stores do to reduce energy costs?
Challenges facing energy intensive businesses in 2023? 2023 promises to be an interesting year for energy intensive businesses with the Energy Bill Relief Scheme (EBRS) ending on 31 March. The Treasury is reviewing a successor to the EBRS from 1 April, but fewer industries are expected to qualify… Read More »Challenges facing energy intensive businesses in 2023?
As part of the Autumn statement the Government announced that from 2025 it would double its annual investment in energy efficiency measures, with the intent of reducing energy consumption 15% by 2030. This shows a level of acknowledgement towards the importance of managing energy usage.… Read More »Government committing £6.6bn to improve energy efficiency of buildings and industry.
The war in Ukraine has highlighted the issue of energy security. It also highlights the reliance on the long-time scales and funding vulnerability of major projects in the climate of rising interest rates. Sizewell C is expected to generate up to 7% of the UK’s… Read More »Is the Sizewell C nuclear plant the right way forward?
In case you missed it, our partner webinar with the Chemical Industries Association is now live on our YouTube channel. <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmKcWyyTyls> If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in contact. David Kipling, CEO – 0151 271 0037 or email@example.com. David Jamieson, Strategic… Read More »On-Site Energy partner webinar with Chemical Industries Association
Do you want to see your efforts translate into carbon mitigation and energy savings for some of the largest UK manufacturers? Do you want to look back at your career knowing that you built the energy reduction projects that brought the UK to net zero? On-Site… Read More »On-Site Energy is hiring!
Is now the time to consider CHP? Combined heat and power (CHP) has played a valuable role for many organisations in generating both electricity and heat “behind the meter” and saved many tens of millions of pounds in the process. At pre-energy crisis levels, a… Read More »Is now the time to consider CHP?
As our business grows, so does us our operational requirements. We are looking to employ an Asset Manager who will oversee over £20m of energy centre projects which operate 24/7 with high customer uptime expectations. We anticipate a further £80m of additional projects during 2023.… Read More »Job Posting – Asset Manager
We are looking forward to hosting another successful event at our Energy Centre in Halewood, Merseyside on the 26th of October. We will be welcoming customers, suppliers, and introducers from manufacturing industries such as food, automotive and chemical. Attendees will see first-hand how On-Site Energy’s… Read More »On-Site Energy Ltd Open Event – 26th October