Envantage has surpassed my expectations. Their knowledge of the CRC scheme is World Class, not sure if any more can be said beyond those two words. With the speed of response and clear, precise explanations given we have all the confidence in Envantage.
I have been impressed by the knowledge and prompt support received from Envantage. Their people have developed a first class service and I would not hesitate to recommend them.
We have worked with Envantage since 2006, gradually building the scope of services they provide for us. Their expertise and commitment to understanding our business has proved invaluable and we look forward to a continued relationship.
Envantage’s ESOS report quality and timeliness of delivery was excellent, we had a very short timeline and Envantage jumped at the challenge.
Our previous M&T system wasn’t working and lost essential data. ENMAT is solving those problems. It is cloud based with an easy to use software reporting system, and also helps us meet our Climate Change Agreement requirements.
It is great knowing that Envantage cover all aspects of the CRC scheme for me, always on time, always professional and always accurate! And always willing to help, thank you.
Envantage successfully obtained and manage our Climate Change Agreement. With their help we have also been able to opt out of the Carbon Reduction Commitment Energy Efficiency Scheme.
Envantage have advised us throughout the whole Carbon Reduction Commitment process. Their expertise in this field has been invaluable.
On behalf of myself and my company for the enormous help you have given us in obtaining our CCA. You did everything you said you would do and more, in the most professional manner.
We just wanted to thank you for the way Envantage Team have helped us to meet our own ESOS obligation. I would be happy to offer an unreserved recommendation for your services.
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The number of companies that have signed up to the Science Based Targets initiative continues to rise and reached 200 this month. Participants agree to set emission reduction targets in line with global efforts to keep temperatures well below 2 degrees. The 2-degree threshold is a key goal of the 2015 Paris Agreement onRead More
The UK Government is seeking views on the mechanisms to promote demand side response, storage and other flexible measures that are expected to form an increasingly important part of the energy system. The Call for Evidence is issued by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and Ofgem, and is open untilRead More
The food and drink industry aims to achieve a 55% absolute reduction in CO2 emissions from energy use by 2025, against a 1990 baseline. This ambition, announced by the Food and Drink Federation (FDF) last month, covers UK manufacturing operations and is not a requirement for Climate Change Agreements in the sector. The FDFRead More
A substantially increased average score of “B” has been achieved by organisations who have responded to the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) with Envantage’s assistance, whose 2016 scores have now been released. This places Envantage’s clients well above the overall average score of CDP participants, which is a “C” – providing them with influential materialRead More
Companies can now quickly realise significant Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emission reductions – and boost brand value – by purchasing green electricity. This opportunity has arisen due to key changes in the way companies are required to report GHG emissions, also referred to as their Carbon Footprint, coupled with new green electricity products on theRead More
Owners of commercial properties in Scotland with floor areas over 1000 sqm must now identify energy efficiency opportunities for their properties before they can be leased or sold, according to new regulations. The Assessment of Energy Performance of Non-domestic Buildings (Scotland) Regulations 2016 came into force on 1 September 2016. These new requirements areRead More