Energy and carbon-reduction regulations now exist in many forms and can affect many different aspects of your business.
The need to comply with legislation such as the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) and the EU’s Energy Performance of Buildings Directive on Energy Performance Certificates (EPC) means that organisations need to take issues of energy efficiency and carbon reduction seriously.
In the case of ESOS, organisations face fines for non-compliance while commercial and residential properties with F or G EPC ratings cannot be rented out from April 1st 2018.
Business and other organisations focus on formulating strategies and plans for achieving or exceeding the requirements. They can then reap the benefits of reduced energy consumption in their buildings.
At SaveMoneyCutCarbon, energy and controls consultants help our clients understand the areas that apply to them, the associated risks and ensure they fulfil their obligations as a central element of an energy audit and SORT report.
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