Since recently joining SSE Enterprise Energy Solutions and coming from a background in Facilities Management (FM) it’s clear to me (with some experience, and now a view from both sides of the table) that with the advent of connected buildings, Facilities Managers will need support.
The Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) was set up by the UK government to ensure large private sector organisations play their part in meeting energy reduction targets and the requirements of EU directives.
The world is getting on the fast track towards achieving ever-greater energy sustainability. Everywhere we look we are starting to see innovations overcoming the big challenges in energy production, storage, distribution and usage.
This week, SSE announced that it is one of 104 companies from ten sectors to join the inaugural 2018 Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index (GEI).
The reference index measures gender equality across internal company statistics, employee policies, external community support, and gender-conscious product offerings.
Topics: Diversity and inclusion
What you don’t know you can’t change.
That’s the fundamental principle behind the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme, and at SSE Enterprise Energy Solutions we think qualifying companies should embrace the opportunities that the scheme provides.
It’s an exciting time for businesses and for the energy market. There’s a momentum of change happening across businesses of all sizes and it’s fascinating to watch. The conversation is that energy should no longer be seen as just an outgoing cost; it’s an asset and opportunity.
Topics: Energy Optimisation
Last month I hosted an energy optimisation roundtable discussion at X Energy - an industry event that brought together leading energy management professionals for an afternoon of keynotes, leadership panels and peer-to-peer dialogue.
After the relative success of ESOS Phase 1, it feels like Phase 2 has come round very quickly.
For those who’ve not been involved before, the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme was set up to ensure large private companies contribute to UK energy reduction targets.
Energy Live Expo 2017 gives businesses the opportunity to learn more about the wider energy industry and how it is set to evolve in the future. The event will take place on Thursday 2 November at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London.