With third party charges increasing energy bills, schemes such as ESOS (the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme) enable businesses to start addressing how and where they can cut costs through efficiency measures.
ESOS is a mandatory energy assessment, imposed by the Environment Agency, for organisations that meet the qualification criteria. It’s been noted that hundreds of organisations were not aware they did in fact comply in Phase One of the scheme and now risk a financial penalty.
We’ve put together an infographic to help organisations understand if they are considered a ‘large undertaking’ and whether they need to comply with the scheme.
At Inprova Energy our qualified Lead Assessors are able to support you every step of the way to ESOS compliance.
Download our eGuide or contact us today, to find out more on ESOS Phase Two and what it means for your business.