Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme is a compulsory energy audit scheme which affects all large companies in the United Kingdom and across the European Union (EU).
Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) is a compulsory energy audit scheme which affects all large companies in the United Kingdom and across the European Union (EU). Large enterprises are defined as:
SMEs may also qualify for ESOS is they are part of a corporate group that contains at least one entity which meets either criterion statement above.
ESOS runs in 4-year cycles. We are currently in ESOS Phase 3, with the compliance deadline due on 5th December 2023. Any energy audits conducted between December 2019 and December 2023 can count towards compliance.
Companies must conduct energy audits on a representative sample of its operations and must account for at least 90% of total energy consumption. This includes buildings, transport and all other processes.
Enviro SP can produce a comprehensive ESOS Compliance Plan, demonstrating the most cost-effective route to compliance and deliver the audits.
Our sustainability experts are ESOS Lead Assessors and have extensive experience in conducting audits of large-scale building portfolios, vehicle fleets, manufacturing, and construction activities. This is combined with specific expertise in electric, oil, gas, biodiesel, hydrogen and renewables to provide energy audits which are bespoke to your needs.
It is possible to identify significant financial and environmental savings, only by understanding how energy is consumed within your business, our experienced energy auditors will develop a detailed energy audit programme, bespoke to your organisation. With our expertise in sustainability, fuel, and energy infrastructure, not only can we identify actions to reduce your consumption but support you to implement change.
Enviro SP will work with your organisation to identify:
Net Zero is an ambitious and required target for governments, institutions, and companies to intensely reduce global greenhouse gas emissions and prevent the damaging effects of climate change.
Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting is a legal obligation for all large organisations to disclose their energy and carbon emissions within their annual Director’s Report, or separate sustainability report.