Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme - Phase 3
Phase 3 of ESOS requires 95% of total energy consumption to be audited as opposed to 90% in the first two phases. This will require a larger portfolio of energy use to be audited therefore helping organisations develop a longer list of energy and carbon reduction projects.
Our approach to help you with ESOS will take into account a wider decarbonisation perspective. ESOS compliance shouldn’t just be seen as a compliance task. It should ideally complement your decarbonisation activities as there are synergies to draw on from these processes.
A combination of ESOS and SECR compliance activities, if done strategically, can help you make significant progress in developing your decarbonisation pathway.
Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting
Large companies that meet two or more of the following criteria are required to submit an annual report covering their emissions from electricity, gas and transport fuel usage:
turnover (or gross income) of £36 million or more,
balance sheet assets of £18 million or more,
250 employees or more.
It is important to see SECR as the first step towards establishing your net zero roadmap and not just as an administrative task. We will work with you to make the most out of SECR to help you understand your carbon emissions baseline which sets the foundation for your decarbonisation journey.
A combination of SECR and ESOS compliance activities, if done strategically, can help you make significant progress in developing your decarbonisation pathway.
UK Emissions Trading Scheme
The UK ETS typically impacts businesses in the oil, steel and cement industries, large data centres and other energy-intensive manufacturing processes with considerable standby generation assets.
We provide end to end support with all your reporting obligations under the UK-ETS so you can focus on core business functions that can achieve real carbon reduction at pace.