ESOS Phase 2 Lead Assessor – be prepared!
Welcome to Green Element’s ESOS Phase 2 Made Easy Guide by our own ESOS Lead Assessor.
Participants who expect to qualify for Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) Phase 2 should consider starting their Energy Audit Program and find an ESOS Lead Assessor as early as possible to ensure they take full advantage of the time provided by the regulations:
What can you do now to qualify for ESOS
- Look for an ESOS Lead Assessor.
- Carry out ESOS energy audits for the supplies you intend to include in your Significant Energy Consumption.
- If you have an Environmental Management System (EMS) or an Energy Management System (EnMS) you can efficiently streamline your ESOS obligations within your ISO 14001 EMS and/or utilitise your EnMS certified to 50001 using the same energy audits and energy data for both – or all three – reporting platforms.
The audits need to have at least one year’s energy measurement, but this can be from any time between 6 December 2014 and 5 December 2019. The audit can use data that has been collected at any time during this period provided that the audit itself is carried out no later than 24 months after the data period and the data has not already been used for an audit in Phase 1. Different energy streams can be audited at different times so the workload can be spread better to suit your business needs.
How can Green Element help you qualify for ESOS
Green Element can provide you with an easy guide to fulfilling ESOS, an energy audit, an ESOS-compliant report, or a full ESOS package signed off by our ESOS Lead Assessor.
Call Green Element on 020 70960054 for a friendly, informal chat about ESOS or click here to drop us a line
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