While many businesses understand the need for energy legislation like ESOS, the inevitable admin that energy rules and regulations often entail can seem a burden. But it doesn’t have to be – in fact, ESOS reporting can unearth some real opportunities for savvy organisations.
Seek expert support
Whether your organisation has a dedicated utilities team, or you’re the only person responsible for managing energy legislation, getting advice and support from an external source can make a real difference. Energy consultancies can work with you to gather, compile and submit your data, so compliance is hassle-free for your in-house team.
Working with industry insiders also gives you the benefit of total peace of mind, as we have the energy expertise and technology needed to ensure that you’re compliant. In fact, Inenco worked with over 320 organisations during ESOS Phase 1 – more than any other independent consultant – and we have a 100% Environmental Agency audit rate, so you can be sure you’re in safe hands.
Don’t waste your time
When you’ve put so much time and resource into reporting and complying with ESOS, you need to make the most out of the work that you’ve put in.
Once your report is complete, you should have several recommendations for improving energy efficiency within your organisation. You don’t need to implement these recommendations to comply with ESOS, but when you’ve gone to such an effort to create them, why wouldn’t you act on them?
At Inenco, we have a range of solutions aimed at guiding businesses through ESOS compliance and beyond, to help businesses to drive efficiencies, reduce consumption and realise cost savings from their ESOS obligations. To find out more about how your business can take advantage of the ESOS opportunity, visit www.inenco.com/esos.