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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
In a couple of weeks the clocks go forward (26 March). ‘Thank goodness!’ we all cry. Lighter evenings and summer thoughts fill our heads…well mine at least!