Online Energy Announce Measures To Cut Carbon Footprints

Liverpool, United Kingdom (PressExposure) December 29, 2009 -- Online Energy, a leading UK supplier of commercial electricity and business energy, have today announced measures to help customers cut their carbon footprints.

According to the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme, companies supplying electricity commercially and to businesses need to comply with the mandatory emissions trading scheme, in a global bid to cut greenhouse gasses by 80% by the year 2050.

As such, Online Energy, who already participate in sustainable energy projects worldwide, are taking measures to ensure that their clients are as energy efficient as possible, and have vowed to help customers and businesses cut their carbon footprint. If you're a client with Online Energy, they will help you with the necessary paperwork, tests and procedures to ensure your home and business is as energy efficient as possible.

"The CRC legislation has achievable goals and we at Online Energy are only too happy to help out those who don't understand what it entails," commented a spokesperson for Online Energy. "Keeping tabs on energy consumption can be a tricky procedure, especially as everybody uses it in their home and business lives. We at Online Energy are looking to help our customers understand the new legislation, to ensure that everybody worldwide is singing from the same hymn sheet in as short a time as possible."

For more information about Online Energy, please call 0845 456 7255 during office hours or visit our website at

About Saturn Energy Ltd

Based in Liverpool, Online Energy has been a leading provider of energy in the commercial sector for over fifteen years. Online Energy provides commercial gas, cheap business gas, commercial electricity and cheap business electricity to clients. The energy team has a deep knowledge and understanding of the carbon markets and has helped participate in sustainable energy projects worldwide.

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Press Release Submitted On: December 29, 2009 at 5:50 am
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