How Your Organisation Can Save Energy (and Money) in 2022

In May 2022, the Prince of Wales laid out plans to prioritise “cheaper, cleaner and secure” energy in an effort to meet and exceed Net-Zero 2050 goals. Following last year’s COP26 Summit in Glasgow, it looks like all arrows are pointing towards supporting not just more sustainable energy sources, but also the most affordable ones. The UK government’s Energy Security…

Everything You Need to Know About ESOS Phase 3

The Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) is entering Phase 3 later this year. ESOS is a compulsory government scheme for businesses of a certain size that aims to create and nurture sustainability and energy efficiency across all industries Keep reading this blog to find out more about whether your business qualifies for ESOS compliance and if it does, how to…

ESOS Extended To Phase 4

For businesses that have yet to comply with ESOS requirements, a new announcement about the scheme’s extension should be an alert signal. Let’s take a look at how the new ESOS phase 4 date may affect your business. The Energy Savings and Opportunities Scheme, or ESOS, is a government directive aimed at encouraging businesses to reduce their carbon emissions and…

Case Study: Deep Sea Electronics Ltd

Combining ESOS and SECR into a cost-effective package. Background Deep Sea Electronics is a leading global designer, manufacturer and supplier of a wide range of industry leading electronic control systems. Specialising in control solutions for the generator market, vehicle and off-highway machinery, automatic transfer switch applications and industrial battery chargers, the company has gone from strength to strength since it…

3 Important Energy Dates For Your Business Calendar

In a world that is rapidly gearing up towards a reduction in carbon emissions, all businesses need to consider their energy efficiency. SMEs may think energy isn’t something they need to concern themselves with – but cost savings can be significant. As a business, you should demonstrate efforts to lower your emissions, while government legislation further cements the global intention…

What Net-zero 2050 Means for Your Business

The UK government is one of the few countries to have enshrined its 2050 net-zero emissions targets into law. As part of these measures, public sector and private businesses face new pressures to reduce their CO2 emissions. What the law says The Climate Change Act of 2008 meant the UK became obligated to reduce 80% of emissions relative to 1990…

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