At Envantage, we don’t advocate a ‘compliance only’ approach to regulatory schemes. We use them as a framework to help secure maximum benefits for your business. If approached correctly, the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) presents a valuable opportunity to cut operating costs and carbon emissions – making a significant contribution to an organisation’s broader environmental goals.
Now in its third phase, it is important for business to use this time before the December 2023 deadline to get ahead and maximise the potential savings. Those who do will not only avoid any potential fines, but they will also be able to save more money by acting earlier on the recommendations of their ESOS reports.
An industry-leading approach
By working with Envantage on ESOS, you will benefit from a wealth of proven expertise – we have audited over 1.2 TWh to ISO 50002 standard. Our approved ESOS lead assessors will work with your organisation to assist your understanding of the scheme and deliver your compliance with added value and full support.
You can be confident in our comprehensive approach and attention to the finer details. Not one Envantage customer has failed an Environment Agency audit, for ESOS or any other scheme and none of the ESOS reports produced by our specialist lead assessors required any form of remedial action.
You can also expect us to identify typical energy savings of 10-30%, translating to valuable cuts in operating costs.
Is ESOS relevant to your organisation?
ESOS is mandatory for organisations that satisfy one of the following criteria:
- 250 employees or larger
- Annual turnover exceeding £39 million or a balance sheet exceeding £33.5 million.
If one subsidiary in a corporate group qualifies, then ESOS will apply to the entire group.
We will find the ESOS savings opportunity for your business
If your business has complied with ESOS Phase 1 or 2 without seeing measurable improvements, the schemes should be working better for you. Envantage’s experts will help you to move from compliance to savings – finding benefits well before most of the 6500+ businesses affected join the last-minute rush to avoid penalties.
Envantage carried out eligibility assessments, data management, calculations and all of the reporting required within the compensation and exemption schemes relating to the Renewables Obligation (RO) and Feed-In Tariff (FIT) charges, under the Electricity Market Reform.