That's the suggestion from the energy giant's Head of Business Energy Efficiency, Liam Burlinson, and Teo Littera, Delivery & Implementation Manager, who spoke to future Net Zero News Editor Jonny Bairstow about the new technology and what it can offer customers.
The web-based audits, which aim to identify energy-saving opportunities that businesses may have missed, are carried out online using cameras - this gives the virtual audits the benefit of being socially distanced, affordable and environmentally-friendly, due to negating the need for travel.
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