Types of Public Sector buildings will have lights on from earlier hours till late in the evening, with heat blasting and water running.
At Tariff.com, we are committed to helping organisations access utility services through approved suppliers that can meet their financial or environmental goals.
Public Sector buildings can range from small to large depending on the size and type of departments the organisation has. At Tariff.com, we can help any public sector organisation at any size, no matter how big or small, get the industry-leading advice and guidance that leads to better suited utility tariffs.
Our expert team will work closely with you to build a comprehensive picture of your utilities consumption and match you with the suppliers most able to help you meet your core objectives.
Being in a Government Organisation, you have to be seen leading from the front, especially during challenging times. Tariff.com has become a trusted partner to countless businesses, ensuring they never overpay for gas, electricity, or water while supporting their journey towards net-zero.
Following exhaustive analyses of your current and historic bills, we will use our independent status to examine the entire market and connect you to the suppliers that can offer you the best possible deals.
Real change can never occur when people feel pressured into making it. At Tariff.com, we believe in the power of encouragement and support, and the inspiration that comes from seeing small steps deliver big outcomes.
Through a combination of comprehensive business analyses, expert advice, and exhaustive market research, we will strengthen your enterprise with best-fit utility tariffs that drive down costs and, should you wish, clear the path towards a carbon neutral future.
As climate change becomes harder to ignore, the public sector needs to start reducing its carbon footprint. At Tariff.com, we empower businesses to take action against the climate crisis and ensure a greener future for us all.
It’s not always easy to reduce and offset an organisations carbon footprint. That’s why we’ve created a 5-step process to achieve a gradual and sustainable transition to net-zero emissions. Let’s take a closer look at the Tariff.com strategy:
We’ll measure the carbon footprint and environmental impact of your public sector organisation.
We’ll help you set achievable targets to tackle your emissions and start your net-zero journey.
We’ll help reduce your energy consumption and switch you over to a green energy tariff.
We’ll recommend options to offset your remaining emissions e.g. carbon credits or environmental projects.
We’ll measure the results of these changes and help you share this success with the general public and your staff.
There are lots of factors to consider when measuring your organisation’s carbon footprint. For that reason, it can be complicated. When you opt for a carbon audit, a carbon specialist will measure your carbon footprint on your behalf. You can also install software like IPSUM to measure your carbon footprint in real-time.
If you want your public sector organisation to go net-zero, you’ll first need to measure your carbon footprint. Then you’ll need to reduce your emissions to the lowest point possible, offsetting the remaining emissions with carbon credits.
Yes, as a non-household premises, your public sector organisation is eligible to switch water suppliers. With Tariff.com, you could save up to 40% on your water bills when you switch your business water supplier.
In 2020/21, Statista estimates that the UK government spent around £456 million on fuel and energy.
If you’re looking to save energy, there are many big and small things your public sector organisation can do. A carbon audit will help you assess your carbon footprint and identify areas for improvement. This could be things like switching to LED builds, upgrading appliances or insulating your building.
Switching to a renewable energy tariff is the same as switching to a regular tariff. All your piping and wiring will stay the same. You’ll simply have to inform your old supplier of the change and onboard with your new provider. At Tariff.com, we can take care of this on your behalf.
Every organisation will have a carbon footprint. Reducing your carbon footprint helps to minimise your impact on the planet. Your public sector organisation can reduce its emissions by optimising energy consumption, reducing energy waste and switching to a renewable energy tariff.
The UK Government estimates that the carbon footprint of public sector buildings makes up around 2% of the country’s total emissions.
The team at Tariff has provided Trans4orm Fitness with a fantastic service from start to finish. Following their expert advice, we opted to procure our energy long-term to protect the business from increases in prices, and as such we saved over £16,000 a year! We’re now using 100% Green Electricity too, which is important to be sustainable for our customers.
Our Account Manager Rachael has provided Elite Group with a fantastic service from start to finish. She audited and reviewed our Energy for multiple sites, aligned all of our contracts to one supplier and one end date. Rachael also forward procured our energy before the price increases, and has saved us thousands a year by doing this. I would highly recommend working with them and see how they can help your organisation!
The service we received from the Tariff team was
second to none. They understood the requirements
of the organisation and offered a professional
service. The Tariff team were able to save us money
on our energy and this was even more so important
for us being a charity returning from the effects of
COVID-19. I would use Tariff again!
Llanharan Community Development Project Ltd
I rarely give public testimonials, but I’d like to recommend Tariff.com as an outstanding energy consultation service. Aside from recommending Tariff.com as a company, because personal recommendations based on experiences and feedback are the strongest of all, the benefits of using Tariff.com are factual and more welcome.
The public sector spends around £3.4 billion per year on energy; the equivalent of 13.3 MtCO2 e of carbon dioxide.