Performance analytics firm IES and energy management platform provider EnergyDeck have struck a deal that allows EnergyDeck customers to link the platform with IES’ ESOS Auditor. The firms say the move enables a quicker and easier route to ESOS compliance.
The UK’s Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) requires approximately 10,000 qualifying organisations to undertake energy audits that include 12 months of verifiable data.
These organisations are now looking for the best and most efficient ways to collect, validate, evidence and store all the data required to calculate their total energy consumption and undertake energy audits. Each participating organisation needs to build an evidence pack to evidence the information in their ESOS compliance assessment.
Bringing IES ESOS Auditor and EnergyDeck together offers organisations the benefits of a more seamless process, an efficient workflow and maximise value from the data gathered, claim the firms.
“ESOS Auditor allows organisations to manage all of their data online in one place, enabling them to delegate the workload, improving data collection efficiency, reducing risks of omissions and the chances of fines if the selected for audit by the government,” says David McEwan, director at IES.
“The partnership with EnergyDeck will now enable even more organisations to comply quickly and easily with ESOS and understand just how much they can achieve in terms of energy efficiency.”
“EnergyDeck is an innovative energy management platform that allows users to easily gather resource consumption data for a wide range of metrics, track efficiency projects and share information within their organisation and beyond,” says Nic Mason, COO of EnergyDeck.
“Our partnership means that organisations not only ensure compliance, but can now transfer the audit outcomes into EnergyDeck in order to drive a long term strategy of resource and cost reduction.”