Energy Consultancy Services

Energy Consultancy Services

Take control of your company’s environmental impact and work with the experts to become more energy efficient.

There are several commercial benefits in reducing energy consumption.

  • Competitive edge – through improved energy performance and compliance.
  • Demonstrate your ‘green credentials’ in tackling emissions and climate change.

Many organisations would like to save energy, but lack the expertise to do so – that’s where Integral comes in.

Some companies can achieve double-figure returns on investment with the right support and guidance from experts like us.

Ready to find out more about we can help you be more energy efficient? Get in touch today to book a consultation with one of our experts. Or keep browsing below to find out more about our service offering.

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Begin your Net Zero journey today and let’s work together to improve your organisation’s environmental impact, we’d love to hear from you. Fill out the form below to request a callback or email us direct at info@integralenergy.co.uk.

What We Do

From ESOS reporting to bespoke consultancy, we can help you become a more energy-efficient and profitable company at the same time.

Tips and Advice from the Integral Team

We’re fascinated by everything energy. Get tips, advice and our views on the latest in the energy industry on our blog.

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…

What is a Net Zero Building?

Businesses across the UK know that they must decarbonise to meet government targets and to operate in a more future-facing manner. While some continue to drag their heels, many are now looking at ways to reduce emissions and energy consumption. One such opportunity for many is the idea of a net zero building – whether you are constructing a new…

What Does It Mean to Be a Net Zero Business?

Every business owner should be aware of Net Zero, what it means and also have a plan to get there. Net Zero is an international effort to become carbon neutral by 2050. By achieving Net Zero status, a business shows that it emits ‘zero’ carbon (also called Co2e), aligning itself to global goals around sustainability and slowing climate change before…

SECR Deadline Missed?

The Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting scheme made it clear to large businesses that the government wants them to report on their emissions. However, due to the complexity of the calculations and a general sense of ambivalence around the initiative, many businesses failed to meet SECR guidelines in the allotted time frame. You should have filed SECR reports in your…

Unilever and the Future of Carbon Reporting for SMEs

As we’ve discussed on our Net Zero consultancy page, businesses are coming under increasing pressure from the government to adopt decarbonisation strategies. Unfortunately, many private businesses here in the UK are slow to adapt to this challenge – instead opting to wait until larger firms have ‘done it first’. One such business that has ‘done it first’ is Unilever –…

Carbon Reporting – Are You Compliant?

Between the official ESOS and SECR schemes as well as a general steer from the entirety of UK government to decarbonise and prioritise energy efficiency, there’s never been more pressure on businesses of all shapes and sizes across the UK to undergo carbon reporting.  This article looks at the carbon reporting obligations of small to medium businesses and large enterprises…

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…

Business Energy Efficiency Grants: Are They Worth It?

As more pressure falls on businesses of all shapes and sizes to reduce their carbon emissions, many turn to energy efficiency grants in order to invest in cost-saving efficiency measures. Unfortunately, the Carbon Trust’s excellent Green Business Fund closed in December 2019, leaving some businesses unsure of who to turn to. Worse still, perhaps, is the fact that while the…

Why Are Industrial Companies Too Short-Sighted on Decarbonisation?

While many businesses know their responsibilities around decarbonisation for 2030, very few are thinking longer-term. In this article, we’ll examine why companies need to plan for 2050 and how you can get started on a carbon reduction plan to meet the Paris Climate Agreement’s targets. Despite global commitments to net-zero by 2050, businesses across the UK are failing to adopt…

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