2018 IS THE YEAR FOR PREPARING YOUR PHASE TWO ESOS SUBMISSION
What is ESOS?
ESOS, the Energy Savings
Opportunity Scheme, was introduced by the Government to promote energy efficiency. The scheme was designed to ensure large enterprises are regularly assessing their energy usage every 4 years and,
most importantly, to highlight energy savings opportunities as a mandatory practice.
Deadline | Dec 2019
- The deadline for
Phase 2 compliance is 5 December 2019
- The data
preperation period begins 1 January 2018 meaning it’s time to act
- Prices are set to
increase closer to the deadline, so save money by booking and starting your Phase 2 journey now
- Book the ESOS lead
assessor now and pay on completion of the assessment i.e. January 2019.
To fall into ESOS, an organisation must:
- Have over 250 members of
- Or turnover of over 50 million Euros
(£38,937,777) and an annual balance sheet total in excess of 43 million euro (£33,486,489).
- Or be a part of a larger organisation that
falls into either of these categories.
What is required from me
and my organisation?
- 90% of energy consumed by the
organisation has to be accounted for across all sites, including transport.
- Must use 12 months’ verifiable
- 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.
- Energy audits need to be conducted
and data submitted every 4 years.
- Failure to comply with ESOS can
lead to fines of up to £50,000 and public disclosure of noncompliance.
PE Energy is a recognised and
certified European Energy Auditing and compliance specialist with over 3,000 audits completed over the past five years across Europe. Our expert auditors are fully qualified to carry out and submit
ESOS compliance reports and will assist in ensuring your meet or exceed the required standards.
Call us on 01394 825933 and Quote "ESOS enquiry" or email us at ESOS@peenergy.co.uk
How Much Does it
We don't use any fancy software tools to do the audit we
just use our experience and common sense. Ultimately we want to work with you by implementing the savings recommendations, so they have to be practical and affordable.
Our charges are typically
significantly less than the larger energy management companies and energy procurement companies on the market and in some cases our prices have been as much as 70% less than others. It does not mean
we do a lesser job, it simply means that we work on the basis that the cost of the project should be recoverable in the proceeding one to three years through savings that we recommend and consider to
We will work with you after your
ESOS submission to develop and implement the savings recommendations and in most cases we can also finance the programme on a zero client capital investment basis so it is a win win for you and your