If your business meets the ESOS assessment criteria and is therefore required to go through the vigorous energy assessment process, you may need some support from an expert in this field. Whether you need guidance on how to manage the process, or support with how to approach the recommendations, Boxfish are your go-to ESOS consultation and guidance providers.
Boxfish offer an unmatched ESOS consultation and guidance service that is designed to support any business through their ESOS assessment process. For experienced support with your ESOS assessment, don’t hesitate to get in touch today.
As part of our ESOS consultation & guidance service, our team of experts take the time to thoroughly assess each client’s ESOS eligibility against important ESOS legislation. Once this has been completed, we can then begin to develop a suitable project plan that not only delivers compliance but also provides some recommendations for real-world energy efficiency improvements. This plan can then be implemented to improve each client’s carbon footprint. At Boxfish we don’t work by ticking boxes, instead we guarantee real value for your business through our support.
Our team of experts will guide you through the ESOS process, making sure assessments are properly carried out, provide you with a report of energy-saving recommendations and ensure your business is ESOS compliant. What’s more, we can also advise you how best to implement the recommendations and how to avoid serious penalties.
For more information about our ESOS consultation and guidance service, get in touch now.
ESOS stands for the Energy Saving Opportunity Management Scheme and is a Government regulated scheme that is designed to assess and help businesses reduce their energy consumption.
ESOS and SECR are both designed to reduce a company’s impact on the environment. However, ESOS focuses on reducing energy consumption unlike SECR which focuses on carbon. Recently, we posted a blog all about the differences between ESOS and SECR , including what the ESOS requirements are. Check it out to learn everything you need to know about ESOS and SECR.
Is it a legal requirement that ESOS assessments take place every 4 years for businesses that fall under the following criteria:
They have 250 or more members of staff
They have an annual turnover in excess of £44 million and an annual balance sheet total in excess of £38 million
Recently, we posted a blog that detailed exactly how often ESOS takes place, including which businesses require the ESOS assessment. Take a look to find out everything you need to know about this topic.