If you are caught under ESOS (Energy Savings Opportunities Scheme), then there are numerous ways in which you can ensure ESOS Compliance. In order to determine your best route to compliance you will need to consider whether Â Â Â Â ISO 50001 (Energy Management Systems)Â , fits with your particular business or if you would be better off conducting regular four yearly energy audits without the management system commitments.
Existing schemes may be included in the 90% of energy use you have to account for, so buildings with energy performance certificates (EPC’s) or information on the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) may all be included to build up your energy profile. In fact in many organisations, your ESOS compliance assessment may be made up of a patchwork of these existing compliance schemes with the addition of ISO 50001 in other parts of the business to meet your obligations under ESOS Compliance.
If you are unclear of your obligations under ESOS or require clarification on what you need to do to comply with the scheme, please call us for an informal discussion and no obligation quote.