Competition - win an energy monitoring system for your office

Energy monitoring expert CurrentCost is offering our readers the chance to win free equipment that will help cut their bills. Current Cost is offering its energy monitoring technology to reades of this blog, after we pleaded for help in reducing the nation's shameful IT footprint. Data Centres alone

main-product-envir_img.jpgEnergy monitoring expert CurrentCost is offering our readers the chance to win free equipment that will help cut their bills.

Current Cost is offering its energy monitoring technology to reades of this blog, after we pleaded for help in reducing the nation's shameful IT footprint.

Data Centres alone will soon consumer six per cent of the nation's electricity. The situation will get even worse in five years' time, when the government is forced to decommision nuclear power generators, and we all have to huddle around a wind turbine for warmth. the lowering supply of power means that electrcity wholesalers will whack up thier tarffis and electricity bills will soar.

As a response, CurrentCost is offering our readers the chance to win a helpful New Year's gift for the office and their employees in a regional prize draw.

OK, it's not the ultimate solution to our problems, but it's a start.

To enter, log on to the competition site and fill in a few details.

As well as a bundle of energy monitoring devices for employees, six firms will also each win a high tech Current Cost EnviR for the office. The EnviR was recently named a Which? Best Buy in its round-up of energy monitors.

This was last published in January 2011

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