Fish and Chip Shops benefit from green business electricity practices
What has the British delicacy, fish and chips been without a chunk of flaky cod? Well in the last 10 years cod has been an endangered species and specific attention has been paid to conserving this fish. Only recently has the WWF given to go head for commercial fishing and supply to the public since the population increase of around 52 percent. The decline of the fish can be attributed to two things. First there is simply a matter of over fishing while on the other hand the effect that global warming has on the fish’s natural environment makes it difficult to breed.
The local chippy, has a direct impact on their very own industry and they have realised that by reducing their business energy bill, they are not only increasing their profit margin, but they are also contributing to the quality of their product.
Fish and chip shops spend a great deal of time with fryers on full heat while waiting for customers to order. A lot of this wasted energy can be eliminated by re-organising their schedules:
. Preparing some delicious fish and chips and keeping it in a warmer under lights for periods just before and after lunch. All fryers can then be turned off with the exception of one to accommodate demand.
Doing a complete cost analysis of their energy usage fish and chips shops are able to find other ways in which they can cut their bill. They may also be better off with a different provider and switching may be necessary. Getting alternative quotes has never been easier with brokers like PCM Switch available to put the extra bit of energy and effort into helping everyone do their bit for the environment and of course also their profits. The longer you delay, the longer your small contribution to the degradation of the environment continues. Contact PCM Switch today.
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