The Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) is UK legislation affecting all large organisations with 250+ employees or an annual turnover in excess of 50 million euro and an annual balance sheet in excess of 43 million euro. Large organisations are now required to carry out, and report to the Environment Agency, four-yearly energy audits.
We are now well into phase two of ESOS and the next compliance date is due on 5 December 2019 – leaving twelve months to prepare for and be compliant with the legislation.
The webinar presents an overview of the key requirements and timeframe for ESOS to enable organisations to learn more about the options open to them for compliance as well as covering the main learnings from ESOS phase one.
- Background to ESOS
- Key scheme requirements
- Do I qualify?
- Routes to compliance
- ESOS Energy Audits and Assessments
- ISO 50001 Energy management systems
- Key Learnings from Phase 1
- Next Steps
Peter Simmonds – ESOS Lead Assessor, SGS United Kingdom Ltd
Peter is a registered Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) Lead Assessor via the Energy Institute and has been heavily involved in the first compliance period of ESOS with a variety of industry sectors. Peter lead the development of a standardised SGS approach to ESOS energy audits and assessments.
In addition to ESOS, Peter has experience of Energy Management, ISO 50001, Climate Change Agreements, CHPQA and is an established EU ETS Verification Lead Auditor and Technical Reviewer.
All UK large organisations, who are likely to be in scope of ESOS and therefore will need to comply.
Cost: No charge
For more information, please contact:
UK Client Relationship Executive
t: +44 (0)1276 697655