Energy supplier launches service to help companies meet the ESOS criteria
One of the UK’s best-known energy suppliers has just launched a service designed to help companies meet the requirements of the new Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS), a recent news report has been able to reveal.
The new service introduced by GDF SUEZ Energy UK has two parts; the first phase looks at the existing energy and fuel consumption of the company and advises on the most resource-efficient way to meet ESOS requirements.
The second phase carries out the audits needed and provides a report advising energy-saving solutions for the business, which provides the evidence of compliance needed in the ESOS scheme.
Sales Director at GDF SUEZ Energy UK David Hall said: “We believe many large companies are unaware of this new obligation and with all the audits and evidence required by early December, there really is no time to lose.”
Under ESOS provisions, companies will have to be fully compliant with the scheme’s requirements by December 2015, by in order to do so, they’d need at least one year’s worth of accurate energy consumption measurements. In other words, the latest date to start measuring energy consumption is the 5th of December 2014.
The ESOS scheme is providing a significant opportunity for UK businesses to employ best practice techniques in their energy monitoring and consumption.
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