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  1. Many businesses have already adopted green business practices, and some are completely self-sustaining. These businesses may benefit by saving a substantial amount of money regularly. In addition, green practices may have excellent public relations benefits, and they may even bolster your employee retention rate. If you are thinking about making green improvements in your business soon, there are a few of the essential things required to achieve your goal. A Reasonable Budget There may be some green steps that your business can take at minimal cost, such as by implementing a recycling program. However, other steps may cost a small fortune, such as the investment and installation of solar panels. Creating a budget is an essential first step. As you prepare a green improvement budget, research tax benefits, rebates and other savings offers available that could decrease the cost of at least some of your improvements. A Strategic Plan It is also important to have a strategic plan for the selection and installation or implementation of various green improvements. Keep in mind that some of your updates may be governed by energy or infrastructure law. With this in mind, your strategic plan should be created after a consultation with an experienced lawyer who specializes in this area of the law. Your plan should also take into account your local climate and environment. For example, solar panels may be a great idea for an area with many sunny days each year, but wind energy may be a smarter investment if your business is located in a windy area, such as off of a bay. Access to Quality Green Energy Service Providers If your business is located in a major metropolitan area, you likely have convenient access to many green energy service providers, such as those that specialize in solar panel installation services. On the other hand, your business may be located in a more remote area. You could potentially contract with a service provider from farther away to complete installation work. However, the availability of services should be considered as you create a thoughtful plan. Businesses that have already taken steps to be more environmentally-friendly have enjoyed exceptional benefits. You understandably want to benefit in these ways as well. Because each business has different activities and is located in a unique area, creating a customized plan is essential. Keep in mind that things, like having a remote workforce and investing in electric cars for your fleet, are a few of the many additional steps that you can take to go green.