Are rising energy costs hurting your bottom line?

Business Energy Advice Program

Rising energy costs are hurting small businesses across Australia. That’s why the Australian Government is funding two new initiatives, under the Business Energy Advice Program (beap), that aim to help small businesses find energy savings.

Others are saving. Find out how you can too.

For whatever business you’re in, our business experts can recommend tailored advice aimed at reducing your energy costs. Whether it’s understanding your energy bill, establishing energy saving habits or access to a wide range of resources, help is here.

Call us now to learn more about beapInterested in beap?

Contact the Victorian Chamber to learn more: at membership@victorianchamber.com.au or call us on 03 8662 5333 today.

“Beap is a fantastic free initiative. Why wouldn’t you do it? You’d be crazy not to. It was free - it was easy and we’re projecting to save about ten thousand dollars!”

Layton Gould, General Manager,
Cammeray Golf Club.
All savings are estimations only.

What is beap?

The Business Energy Advice Program (beap) is an Australian Government initiative that allows small businesses to access two new free and independent services: a personalised energy advice service and an online tool, to help them understand their energy saving opportunities. Visit businessenergyadvice.com.au

The Small Business Energy Check is an online benchmarking tool that assists small businesses to compare their energy spend to similar businesses. Visit checkyourenergyspend.com.au

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The advice service is delivered by Australian Business, a division of NSW Business Chamber, to help small businesses find energy savings.  

Terms and conditions apply. Visit www.businessenergyadvice.com.au/terms-and-conditions-of-service and www.checkyourenergyspend.com.au/terms-and-conditions

beap delivered by the Victorian Chamber

 

The Business Energy Advice Program is funded by the Australian Government through the Department of Environment and Energy.

An Australian Government Initiative