could be your vacant building (or vacant space) sucking unneeded energy and running up your utility bill. as #Propmodo points out, about saving energy in vacant buildings & spaces:

The easiest way to save energy is to turn off the lights. There’s no legal or technical reason lights in someone’s office space can’t be off when the space is unoccupied, as long as you keep emergency lighting on. But lighting only accounts for 15 to 20 percent of a building’s energy consumption, so savings are marginal. Heating, ventilation and air conditioning (or HVAC to the pros) accounts for over a third of a building’s energy use.

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Full article here: Empty Offices Defy Energy Use Expectations

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