A new practical guidance on approaches to audits for the Energy Saving Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) has been published
Under ESOS, all large businesses in the UK must carry out audits of their energy consumption every four years, with the first assessment due by 5 December 2015.
As there are a number of different ways to ensure compliance with ESOS – including direct audits, Display Energy Certificates and ISO 50001 – several delegates called for further practical guidance on how to ensure compliance in the most cost effective way possible.
In response, the Government has published a new guide, Approaches to ESOS Audits.
The guide provides best practice advice for businesses that may be newer to energy auditing on how to exploit the ESOS framework to maximize cost saving benefits, using illustrative examples of the different routes that can be taken to ensure compliance.
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