There are 3 things you need to do for compliance:
- Measure your organisation’s total energy consumption;
- Conduct audits to identify cost-effective energy efficiency opportunities; and
- Report compliance to their national scheme administrator – the Environment Agency in England, SEPA in Scotland, NIEA in Northern Ireland and NRW in Wales.
ESOS Assessments must be reviewed and signed off by a Board-level Director, and approved by a Lead Assessor and then reported to the Environment Agency.
Failure to comply with ESOS can lead to fines of up to £50,000 and public disclosure of noncompliance.
How can Clifford Talbot help with ESOS Phase 2 Compliance?
Our Qualified Lead Assessors can deliver compliance
If you have not started the process to compliance then you are running out of time. Our Lead Assessors can do all the necessary work and ensure compliance by the deadline but only if you get booked in soon.
Compliance is not optional
If your organisation falls into the ESOS Phase 2 category then compliance is mandatory. If you fail to comply then you risk being fined.
The Environment Agency fined many companies who failed to comply with Phase 1 – can you afford to take the risk?
Find out how we can help you prepare for ESOS Phase 2
Get in touch with us today to discuss options which include:
A 50% discount on your compliance audit saving you thousands if you take up other qualifying utility management services as a new customer.
A significantly reduced compliance audit cost if you extend your existing contract for an agreed period.
A fixed and transparent price on your audit needs – costs do vary depending on your organisations needs so call to discuss a quote.