The Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) requires qualifying companies to undertake a full energy audit every 4 years. As part of this process it is necessary to appoint an ESOS Lead Assessor. Non-compliance can lead to significant penalties.
EVORA can act as the ESOS Lead Assessor and can undertake ESOS compliant energy audits and/or help with alternative routes to compliance such as the installation of an ISO 50001 Energy Management System.
We have a wealth of experience in supporting companies with ESOS obligations and of helping to implement improvement programmes.
EVORA is able to present improvement options based on payback periods and/or predicted internal rates of return. This would, for example, allow clients to focus on those measures that have short-term payback or to compare options for their return on investment.
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Improvement opportunities were identified by analysing detailed half hourly energy consumption data and reviewing existing Building Management System controls.Read case study