Pubs, Clubs and Restaurants

 

Pubs, clubs and restaurants face particular challenges when it comes to using energy efficiently as possible. While the environments in this sector change radically from one business to the next – as do the opening hours – the quality of the customers experience is key.

Heating, lighting and less obvious functions like cooling and refrigeration all have huge roles to play in keeping your customers happy – so choosing the right equipment and controlling it is vital.

Here’s where your energy goes when running a pub, club or restaurant.

Doughnut graph showing typical energy breakdown for pubs, clubs and restaurants

* All figures taken from the Carbon Trust: Hospitality.

Case studies

Here's a business that has already benefited from seriously reviewing their energy use.

Chefs in kitchen

Lime

Lime is an award-winning restaurant in Nottingham, serving authentic Indian cuisine. Find out how they saved money with an energy monitor.

Find out more

To find out the top areas for energy saving for pubs, clubs and restaurants, log in to your account and see sector specific energy saving measures.