Agency takes action on ESOS breaches
The Environment Agency has taken enforcement action on more than 350 organisations that have failed to meet their obligations under the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS).The scheme requires businesses to audit their energy use and covers all large businesses in the UK that employ at least 250 people, or have an annual turnover above £38.9 million and an annual balance
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