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Our ESOS offering focuses on the opportunity

Qualified assessors

Supported by new functionality in the Tracker

Set scope

- Identify data sets

- Set boundaries

Survey Buildings

- Site Audits

- Documentation

Lead Assessor

- Verifies all data

- Prepares Submission

Company Director
Signs Off

- Submit to the
Environment Agency

ESOS - Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme

Do you need compliance?

ESOS is a new muli-phase compliance requirement the Phase 1 deadline set to 5 December 2015. Phase 2 will run over the subsequent four years.
Click on this link to see whether your organisation needs to comply:

Check if you need to comply

Compliance

Our lead assessors are able to work with you to get you ready for ESOS and so you can file your return.

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Energy Management System

With the WFT already in place it is not a complicated process so existing WFT users will have minimal workload to gain compliance.

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Reports

With our new ESOS reports it will be easy for your organisation to manage the compliance process.

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What is ESOS ?

If a company employs 250 or more people OR employs less than 250 people but have an annual turnover in excess of €50 million and an annual balance sheet in excess of €43 million then ESOS compliance is mandatory.

The public sector are not required to participate in the scheme.

There are fines of up to £50,000 and / or an additional fine of £500 per day for not returning the required information on time.



How can we help?

Enter the fast-track to compliance by automating the process with Workplace Footprint Tracker.

Our qualified lead assessors will also work with you to file your return and maximise the opportunity presented by the scheme.

Check out our webinar series on ESOS by clicking here.

What you need to do

An existing ISO 50001 energy management certification means automatic ESOS compliance. However the Company must notify the Environment Agency that it has complied with ESOS.

Otherwise large businesses and non-profit organisations are required to account for 90% of the total energy used and must be subject to an energy audit to identify energy savings.

This requires

  • Collection of workplace, transport and process energy use

  • Review of property portfolio to determine number of energy surveys required

  • Undertake energy audits following BRE guidelines

  • Document all outcomes from surveys with recommended Energy Conservation Measures

  • ESOS Assessor review, verification and sign-off

  • Preparation of Submission Document and Evidence Pack including sign-off by an accredited ESOS Lead Assessor