The government has just published new updated guidance to ESOS Phase II – download your copy here.

If you would like a quick ESOS quote, please fill in this short series of questions here – or phone Emma on 07977 517128

Not sure if you qualify for ESOS Phase 2?

If any of your organisation’s UK undertakings qualifies as a ‘large undertaking’ then all of your UK undertakings qualify for ESOS Phase II.

A large undertaking is:

  • any UK company that either:

    1. employs 250 or more people, OR
    2. has an annual turnover in excess of 50 million euro (£44,845,000), and an annual balance sheet total in excess of 43 million euro (£38,566,700)
  • an overseas company with a UK registered establishment which has 250 or more UK employees (paying income tax in the UK)

If your company’s accounts or staff numbers are close to the thresholds above, we can help you work out whether you qualify for ESOS Phase II using the two consecutive years stipulation included in the updated guidance.

If your company has an unusual or complicated legal structure, we can also help you work out at what level you need to notify the Environment Agency of your ESOS compliance.

If you’re not sure which energy supplies should be included in your ESOS Phase 2 assessment and report, we are expert at interpreting the ESOS Phase II guidance and can help you scope out your ESOS Assessment.

Give our ESOS Lead Assessor or any of our energy management and auditing team a call on 020 70960054 or email us here

 

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