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From Care homes & Social Housing to Charities

Free Utilities Review

Care homes & Utilities

Utilities sits at the top of the pile in terms of costs in Care Homes. CSE Ltd are connected with the National Care Association who assist Care-homes all across the UK in a range of different departments. The easiest way to help reduce the time & costs spent on Care Homes Utility Bills is by engaging with an Energy Management Company that specialises in the Industry, this is where CSE Ltd come into the picture.

Switching to a Dimmer Switch will reduce the associated energy usage by 30% each year

Heating is responsible for 70% of care home’s energy costs. Turning your thermostat down by 1 degree can reduce your energy costs by  8%.

A 20 bed nursing home uses an AVG total of 395,000 kWh per annum. 

All not-for-profit charities are entitled to pay the reduced 5% VAT rate.

Water heating accounts for over 12% of a Care homes energy consumption. 

 

Tighten up your taps, a dripping tap can cost you more than £18's per year!

Are you in the Care Industry?

We have worked with a whole range of establishments within the Care industry, from 1000+ Social Housing properties, to Care homes of all types & sizes to national charities. The reoccurring pattern throughout is that Cost's are high & awareness & time to manage these are very low.

We achieve AVG savings of around 20% in the Care industry.

If you work within the Care industry then contact us today to take Utilities of your to-do list & reduce the cost of powering your business.

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Industry Testimonials

Hans Care

CSE achieved a saving in the region of £14,000 over the course of a 24 Month Period for us and upgraded 2x Electricity Meters to smart meters for Free. On top of the negotiated saving they have also managed to provide us with a sizeable  VAT reimbursement of £8,800 for incorrect VAT charges. 

Very delighted with the work CSE have already done for us & I look forward to working with them in the future.

 

Colin Parkhouse - Director