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The best ways to save money with an energy efficient office

kokou adzo



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At this moment, the gas and energy prices are very high. That’s why many entrepreneurs compare gas & energy in order to see if they can sign a cheaper contract. Unfortunately, that is not always possible, but we certainly advise you to use to check if you can save money this way. On top of that, making your office energy efficient is also a good way to save money. Use these ways to do that!

LED lighting

LED lamps are no longer those uninviting white rays that remind you of the mortuary. Due to the quality and light color of modern LED lamps, atmospheric lighting with these energy-efficient lamps is no longer a problem. They can withstand cold well, have no warm-up time, and can withstand frequent switching on and off. The investment is low, and the payback time is between 0.5 and 2 years. Using these lamps saves up to 80 percent. Compared to an energy-saving lamp, the LED lamp is slightly more economical and contains no toxic substances.


There are countless great options for properly insulating a building, but fortunately there are also solutions that are fairly easy to implement. For example: place radiator foil behind your radiators, insulate central heating pipes in unheated rooms, provide draft strips for doors and windows and use door closers.


The most inexpensive solution, which yields immediate returns, is: the behavior of staff. Sounds obvious, but you’d be surprised how many people carelessly deal with energy in the office. Make sure your staff turn off the lights when they leave or don’t use a room. If the heating or air conditioning is on, make sure that windows and doors remain closed. Simple behavioral actions that can save you a lot on the energy bill for you as an entrepreneur.


In addition to a printer, there are many more devices you need at the office. Business equipment usually does not yet have an energy label, but you can save energy with it. Think of dishwashers, refrigerators, music systems and beamers.


As an entrepreneur you often think you know where the majority of your energy consumption in the office goes. The heating is always on high, so that high bill will be due. But according to experts, an energy check regularly shows that the causes often lie somewhere that entrepreneurs are not aware of. For example, in the summer you can spend all your money on the air conditioning, because you also leave the windows open. Make sure you gain insight into your consumption and become aware of where the money actually goes. This can be done, for example, via a (free) tool such as the Energy Checkup.


Do you use many devices at the office that need to be charged regularly? Then it is better to charge in the evening and at night using time switches. Energy companies charge lower rates in the evening and night hours. This only works if you have a double electricity meter in combination with a peak/off-peak contract.


Kokou Adzo is the editor and author of He is passionate about business and tech, and brings you the latest Startup news and information. He graduated from university of Siena (Italy) and Rennes (France) in Communications and Political Science with a Master's Degree. He manages the editorial operations at

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