The Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) is the UK response to an EU directive to increase energy efficiency, improve business profits and competitiveness, and mitigate climate change. Today, no matter the outcome of Brexit, you will still be required to submit your data and conform.
As we head into 2019, energy efficiency has never been more of a priority for many organisations we talk to. One way of becoming more energy efficient is to encourage your team to take action.
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.
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.
We’re in Phase 2 of the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) and this week the Environment Agency (EA) released its latest newsletter urging qualifying companies to ‘be prepared’ and start their compliance process as soon as possible.
Will you be at X Energy 2017? On 24 October, The Crowd will be bringing together over 160 leading minds in energy management for an afternoon of inspiring keynotes, leadership panels and peer-to-peer dialogue.
Last week I attended an excellent conference at the Energy Institute headquarters in London: The Energy Efficiency Conference 2017: Embedding behaviour change to unlock efficiency potential and Energy Behaviour Change workshop.
With Brexit, the fall in value of the £, overhead inflation and pressure on wages impacting businesses across the UK, it’s essential to consider additional opportunities to boost your revenues and cut costs.