ESOS and SECR have coexisted for over two years, with separate but closely related aims. Now the government is consulting on wide-ranging changes to ESOS which could not only strengthen the scheme, but bring it into closer alignment with SECR.
We’ve covered news, policy information and success of ESOS Phase 1 through to ESOS Phase 2 on the site, and now bringing you ESOS phase 3 updates.
BiU are proud to have helped 100% of clients meet the 2019 December 5th deadline and achieve compliance. The work starts now on ensuring our clients gain real value from the audits and recommendations – by implementing carbon reduction strategies that more than pay for the cost of compliance.
The Energy Advice Hub will be a ‘go-to’ resource for independent advice, news and information on energy legislation and compliance as well as other carbon reduction drivers.
BIU, the UK’s leading energy and utility consultancy has launched an online information hub to guide companies of all shapes, and, sizes from a range sectors, through new carbon reporting legislation and share energy efficiency best practice.Read More »Press Release: Online ‘Energy Hub’ launched to tackle firms’ energy and carbon challenges
The Environment Agency has announced it won’t be taking any enforcement action for late notification of the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) until the end of January next year. While the initial deadline – 5th December – set in the EU Energy Efficiency Directive cannot be amended, regulators are able to “waive or modify”… Read More »ESOS submission deadline extended until January 2016
With energy savings now a key focus for most organisations, we have been working closely with many companies to look at how small changes can have major results in terms of improving energy efficiency and making energy savings.