Boston Renewables held the first of a series of workshops in their new training facility in Norwood House, Beverley aimed at high energy users who are looking to take control of their ever-increasing electricity cost.

Peter Pharoah, Senior Market Analyst with Ameresco gave a clear overview of the wholesale energy market and how we are now much more dependent on imported energy, both electricity and gas.

Adam Franks from IM Energy used the statement “Directly challenging the service shortcomings associated with the energy market.” His presentation was aimed at helping to better understand the details of retail electricity pricing and the process people should adopt when negotiating their next energy supply contract.

John Hudson of Boston Renewables explained the options available to high energy users to take control of their future costs. Reducing energy demand and avoiding waste by installing low energy-use equipment and encouraging behaviour change are the quick fixes available to everyone. Technologies such as Voltage Optimisation can also offer significant savings to those with a high supply voltage.

However, it is own generation and battery storage that hold the key to managing future energy costs. Boston Renewables have a clear focus on the need for bespoke system design, accurate site surveys and data analysis for all renewable energy and battery storage developments. A free service is offered to produce system proposals and all attendees at the workshop took up this opportunity.

If you missed the event and are interested in understanding how your business could reduce its electricity bills, please give Boston Renewables a call on 01482 679757 for an initial discussion.