Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS)

ESOS

Energy Saving Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) is a mandatory energy assessment scheme for
organisation in the UK that meet the qualification criteria. ESOS allows organisations to identify areas to cut costs and increase energy efficiency

ESOS Phases Two has now been confirmed. For qualifying organisations, our ESOS Lead Assessors are on hand to support you every step of the way.

Find out what ESOS legislation could mean for you...

How Inprova Energy can help your organisation comply?

Our experienced team of Client Leads are based throughout the UK and are on hand to help deliver the best solutions for your organisation. ESOS provides participants with a number of possible routes to demonstrate compliance and our Lead Assessors can help determine the best route for your business.

 

We understand that many organisations struggled to comply with requirements of ESOS Phase One. As well, ESOS can provide your organisation with significant energy saving opportunities. In fact it’s reported that an average cost reduction of 20% could be achieved through the implementation of these energy

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What you need to know about ESOS

ESOS Phase Two is now in full swing, after receiving the official go ahead from the UK’s environment agencies (Environment Agency, Scottish Environment Protection Agency, Northern Ireland Environment Agency and Natural Resources Wales).

ESOS is a four-yearly mandatory energy assessment that applies to UK organisations that meet the qualification criteria. The first phase ran from 6th December 2011 – 5th December 2015. The second phase runs from 6th December 2015 – 5th December 2019, the qualification date being on the 31st December 2018.
 
 Download the eGuide to ESOS Compliance

Understand routes to compliance

ESOS provides participants with a number of possible routes to demonstrate compliance and our Lead Assessors can help determine the best route for your business. 

Achieve cost savings

ESOS can provide your organisation with significant energy saving opportunities. In fact it’s reported that an average cost reduction of 20% could be achieved through the implementation of these energy saving measures.

Supportive lead assessors

Our in-house team of Chartered Energy Managers are all approved ESOS Lead Assessors and have been supporting over 150 UK organisations in managing their compliance requirements over phase one of the scheme.

Frequently asked questions

How do I know if my organisation qualifies for ESOS?

Qualification for ESOS is determined based on three criteria. Use our qualification checker infographic to see if they apply to your organisation.

If in doubt, your lead assessor will be able to advise further.

What are the routes to ESOS compliance?

There are four main routes to ESOS compliance. We've created an overview infographic, to explain more about these routes.

Your lead assessor will be able to help you decide the best route to ESOS compliance for your organisation.

Will complying with ESOS help my organisation save money?

It’s been reported that an average cost reduction of 20% could be achieved through the implementation of energy saving measures.

Additionally, failure to comply with ESOS is likely to result in penalty fines.

Resources

ESOS compliance: phase two
Explore our step by step guide to ESOS compliance and how it can benefit your organisation.
Download eGuide
The roles and responsibilities of an ESOS lead assessor
Participants in ESOS must have an ESOS Lead Assessor to undertake various roles in relation to their ESOS Assessment but what does an ESOS Lead Assessor do? 
See the infographic
The four routes to ESOS compliance
For many organisations, the challenge is knowing which of the routes to ESOS compliance is going to be the best for them in both the short and the long-term. Read our blog post to find out more
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ISO 50001: backbone of successful energy performance
ISO 50001 isn't one of those certificates that you work hard to gain and then quietly forget; it's  crucial to business performance. 
Read the blog post
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    "Inprova Energy provided us with expertise we simply did not have in-house. The final report, praised by our Directors, showcased more than fourteen recommendations which we have already made progress on completing. It is early days but I am confident that the business is already saving energy and this situation can only improve."

    Mike Jeffries Head of Facilities - Campden BRI

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    "Since working with Inprova Energy, I have found their team to be highly experienced in the energy market and a great support to Rainham Steel. They have spent time getting to know our business and provide ongoing support throughout the duration of our contract, offering advice and answering any of our energy related queries. I particularly like that they keep industry jargon to the minimum, making the contract negotiations process straightforward whilst focussing on achieving competitive rates for our electricity and gas.

    More recently we have begun working with Inprova Energy on meeting the requirements of new ESOS auditing legislation. As a trusted advisor to Rainham Steel and a government approved ESOS assessor, I have every confidence that Inprova Energy will continue to provide the excellent level of service that we have received to date."

    Property Manager | Rainham Steel Ltd

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    "We had little expertise in-house to manage the implementation of an energy audit to comply with ESOS, and with limited resource we turned to our energy consultant, Inprova Energy, for support. The audit provided the team with peace of mind that we complied with the legislation. "

    Facilities Manager - Shaw Trust

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