When the UK government introduced ESOS regulations in 2014, many of the qualifying institutions merely saw them as a box-ticking exercise. The worsening climate crisis and steeply rising energy costs have transformed them into an opportunity, with savvy institutions reducing energy consumption and costs by exploiting their ESOS findings.
SINCE THIS ARTICLE WAS WRITTEN THE ESOS PHASE 3 DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO JUNE 2024.
Energy Market Trends: November 2023
Our Risk Manager, Alex Mottershead breaks down the market factors that have influenced gas and electricity prices across November, crucial reading for any business exploring energy procurement.
The month in energy: November 2023
We’ve rounded up the must-read news across the net zero and energy world this past month of November 2023. What the Autumn Budget means for UK businesses and energy Take a look at the key...
Five free carbon reporting tools
Carbon reporting is becoming an increasingly essential element of business activity. Whilst larger UK businesses need to do it to comply with SECR legislation, many smaller companies are realising...