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We can ensure that your mandatory reporting requirements will be met, so you can safely avoid any of the penalties enforced against organisations that fail to meet their obligations or who submit incorrect documentation.
Ensuring compliance to compulsory obligations can be a lengthy and onerous process. We will take this trouble off your hands – allowing you to focus on what matters to you most toy our business.
We make sense of all the technical detail of your obligations, and provide understanding around the complex regulatory jargon, so you do not have to.
Our Energy Managers can implement any energy conservation measure (ECM) identified in your compliance audits to provide a seamless service.
ESOS mandates large enterprises (organisations employing 250 employees plus, or with an annual turnover of €50 million plus) conduct regular energy audits to identify energy and carbon saving opportunities. Phase 2 for ESOS is now underway with organisations required to notify the Environment Agency of their compliance by 5 December 2019. Find out more here
All landlords (domestic and non-domestic) must have an EPC that indicates how energy efficient a building is, with an A rating being very efficient and a G rating is the least efficient. When produced, an EPC will be accompanied by a recommendation report setting out recommendations for any energy efficiency measures which may also be suitable at the property. Find out more here
A DEC is a measure of how much energy a public building has consumed over the last 12 months, reflecting the energy performance of that building while in operation. It gives an operational rating of A to G, where A is the lowest carbon dioxide emissions and G is the most. All public buildings with a total useful floor area greater than 250m² are obligated to have a DEC and an advisory report. Find out more here
As a result of EU regulations, the UK has implemented legislation requiring building owners or managers to undertake regular inspections of air conditioning systems with a capacity greater than 12kW. TM44 is the standard created by the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) for the inspections to follow and each inspection must be accompanied by an Air Conditioning Inspection Report; highlighting areas for operational improvements to air conditioning systems. Find out more here