Hot Topic: Indoor Air Quality and Temperature Control

Guidelines for dining out may be easing up however, your customers may still have concerns regarding  health and safety at indoor establishments. In addition to sanitation precautions and distancing procedures, restaurant owners and operators need to monitor systems properly to control air quality. Does this mean larger bills? Not necessarily! Here are 3 helpful tips...Continue reading

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GWT2Energy on The Restaurant Technology Guys Podcast

Interested in learning about Energy Management Systems and the benefits surrounding them? Check out Walt Taylor, Owner of GWT2Energy discussing all things Energy Management with Jeremy Julian on Episode 75 of The Restaurant Technology Guys Podcast! Click the link below to listen! Don't miss this exciting discussion and learn about all aspects of restaurant energy management

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Just How Much Energy Does a Restaurant Need? The Answer: a Lot!

Restaurants are places full of people, life, and business. All of those things require significant energy, but with an energy-saving strategy and an understanding of just how much energy a restaurant needs, that much energy doesn’t have to break the bank.In fact, ENERGY STAR reports restaurants typically use about 2.5 times more energy per square foot than other commercial buildings.Energy is a huge influence on running up restaurant costs, and something every restaurant owner must address. With

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What is the Average Electric Bill for a Restaurant?

While most people think of food costs when they are thinking of opening a restaurant, many people find it hard to calculate what their overhead expenditures for things like utilities will be.Essentially everything in your restaurant will use power in one way or another, even when you are not open for business.Utility Costs Are More Than You ThinkThe reality is that utilities can often be one of the worst expenses for owners. In fact, restaurants often spend 3 to 5% of their total operating costs

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