Companies need to take closer look at the efficiency of their office equipment, especially if they are going to minimise the threat of rising electricity prices.
The Australian wind energy sector is perhaps more up and coming than people realise, giving businesses an alternative means of meeting their energy needs.
There has been a rise in the number of businesses choosing to generate their own energy, rather than source it from the main grid.
Offices around the country could find that smart lighting is the key to lowering electricity prices and paying less on utility bills, research shows.
Choosing business premises involves a range of big decisions, including how much it is likely to cost to heat, cool and operate on a daily basis.
The issue of electricity demand has been in the headlines for some time, but are the country's businesses using more power than they have done in the past?
Offices throughout Australia are facing rising electricity bills, which is why it is so important to invest in the most efficient equipment.
Regardless of whether you work in an office or out in the field, electricity is almost always necessary. Here are a few ways to reduce your energy usage.
Over the year since the carbon tax was revoked in June 2014, the emissions from Australia's power grid have bulged by 6.4 million tonnes.
Have you ever found yourself looking at the plethora of solar panels dotted throughout rooftops in Australia, and considered doing the same?