The company has launched the Energy Action Carbon Adjustment Calculator, which uses data from business owners’ gas and electricity bills to estimate likely bills for 2013, 2014 and 2015.
Marketing manager Rebecca Seamons told ProPrint: “The costs are going to be very significant, and customers are very concerned because these costs are going to go straight on their bottom line.”
“If there is no room for these costs, companies could go directly out of business.
Energy Action said it could help printers combat cost increases by negotiating advanced billing arrangements with energy retailers.
The energy broker said this could offer printers significant savings in the long run.
The calculator was developed in conjunction with “Australia’s leading energy specialists” and uses information outlined in the Federal government’s climate change policy, according to Energy Action.
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