Hospitality Net, the leading knowledge portal for the hotel sector, features advice from SaveMoneyCutCarbon CEO Mark Sait on energy saving regulations.
Mark advises in the article :
The changing energy regulations landscape in the UK appears to be balancing short-term costs with long-term gains. You would be forgiven for finding the terrain tricky to navigate. There have been a range of measures launched over the past few years and keeping up with the changes is demanding.
But it’s useful to know how the regulations can affect a hotel business and which new rules are thankfully ignored. This article takes a look at three of them – The Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS), the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) scheme and the Energy Demand Reduction (EDR) scheme to outline any actions needed, together with any consequences for non-compliance.
The most pressing for larger businesses in the hospitality sector is the Energy Saving Opportunities Scheme (ESOS). This is the UK government’s response to Article Eight of the EU’s Energy Efficiency Directive that requires measures to encourage private businesses to improve energy efficiency.
Read the full article:Short-term costs for longer-term gains: the changing energy regulations landscape