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New business tool to help you save on energy

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NatWest offers new digital tool to help small businesses like yours reduce energy bills and emissions.

If rising energy costs are a worry for your business, you’re not alone. Research from our colleagues over in NatWest bank has found that nearly half of all small businesses say rising energy prices will be a significant challenge in 20241. Well, help is at hand.

NatWest has launched a free Energy Help and Support tool to help UK businesses reduce energy usage, cut carbon emissions and potentially save money on energy bills this winter.

The tool uses your business postcode to offer detailed information on everything from solar panels to low-carbon heat pumps, including estimated costs and help to source suppliers. You don’t need to bank with NatWest to use it.

At Tyl, we’re always looking for opportunities to help your business thrive and we think this might be useful. As James Holian, Head of Business Banking at NatWest Group, said, “From our own research we know that many businesses stand to benefit financially from reducing their carbon footprint. Yet most lack the support needed to make the necessary changes. This new tool takes away the guesswork by offering businesses tailored recommendations to improve their energy efficiency”.

Read more about the free tool on the NatWest news page here. And in case you missed the link to the tool above, check out your business’s energy efficiency and get tailor-made recommendations at

1 Actual figure 45%. Savanta survey, September 2023. Survey of 750 small businesses with under 250 employees.

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