13 Aug 2019
Congratulations to Dan Ellis, Senior Consultant, and Gaston Senese, Consultant, in our EHS&S team. Dan and Gaston have both recently become accredited as ESOS Lead Assessors.
The Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) requires all large companies in the UK to carry out energy auditing of their Buildings, Industrial Processes and Transport operations, and requires oversight, review and approval by an ESOS Lead Assessor.
Becoming an accredited ESOS Lead Assessor recognises both Dan and Gaston as suitably qualified and experienced energy professionals, and adds credibility to Delta-Simons’ growing energy and sustainability offer.
ESOS – Phase 2 compliance required by 5th December 2019!
All “Large” companies in the UK – those with 250 or more employees, or Turnover greater than £39m – are required to conduct energy audits across their buildings, industrial processes and transport to comply with ESOS every four years.
Delta-Simons in-house ESOS Lead Assessors have a proven track record in delivering ESOS Compliance and Energy Audits across a wide range of industrial sectors including:
- Transport, Distribution and Logistics
- Commercial Offices
- Technology & Software
- Hospitality & Leisure
- Offshore drilling
- Food and Drink
Our approach to compliance has been well received by our clients and by the Environment Agency for our structured, clear and cost-effective delivery.
ESOS is the UK Government’s approach to the EU Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) Article 8. With support from our Inogen associates throughout the EU, Delta-Simons are perfectly positioned to co-ordinate your compliance across all EU Member States for those businesses that operate across the continent.
See our Energy and ESOS services.
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