The article below explains the average energy usage and cost for micro, small and medium businesses.
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Although most businesses use between 15,000 and 25,000 kWh a year, the average usage and cost of electricity is different depending on the size of your business. The larger the business, the more energy you’re likely to use.
Find the average electricity usage and bill relevant to your size of business in the table below:
|Business size||Low end usage (kWh)||High end usage (kWh)||Average electricity bill (per year)|
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For businesses consuming more than 100,000 kWh of electricity a year, suppliers will class you as a large business and handle your supply differently. Find out more in our Guide to Large Business Energy.
Knowing how much energy other businesses your size use is a good way to understand if your business is using too much.
The table below tells you the average gas usage and bill by size of business:
|Business size||Average gas usage (kWh per year)||Average gas bill (per year)|
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Managing and improving the energy efficiency of your business will help to reduce the amount of energy consumed. There are many measures you can take - here are some examples:
For advice on ways to improve the energy efficiency of your business and how to implement them, see our Business Energy Efficiency Guide.