Developments in the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) - Final scheme elements and next steps...
The Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) is a mandatory energy assessment and energy saving identification scheme for large undertakings and their corporate groups. Although public sector bodies are not affected by ESOS, around 9,000 organisations will be -- ranging from private companies through to large charities and NGOs.
This webinar outlined developments and requirements of the final ESOS scheme as launched by DECC in June. Martin Adams from DECC also highlighted key elements from DECC’s ESOS scheme guidance and considerations for practitioners who will be working to ensure their organisation addresses the scheme’s requirements.
ESOS applies throughout the UK and covers all undertakings which have more than 250 employees or a sufficiently large turnover and balance sheet, including the following types of organisations;
• Limited companies,
• Public companies,
• Trusts, Partners,
• unincorporated associations,
• not for profit bodies
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