High Profile Law Firm Achieve ESOS compliance
IU Energy continues to build its reputation for successfully achieving environmental compliance on behalf of its clients, the latest of which, a UK Top 100 law firm, has now met its obligation under the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS).
High profile legal firm, Foot Anstey, engaged IU Energy to ensure ESOS compliance was achieved well in advance of the initial deadline date of 5 December 2015. The scheme requires large undertakings – employing 250 staff or more and/or have a turnover in excess of £38.9m and a balance sheet of £33.4m – to conduct mandatory energy assessments every 4 years.
Failure to comply with the first round of mandatory
audits this year could lead to fines of up to £50,000.
Chris Pritchett, Partner at Foot Anstey said:
“We selected IU Energy to guide us through the compliance process because of their specialist knowledge, professional attitude and competitive pricing.”
Similarly, IU Energy recently facilitated ESOS compliance for Rawle Gammon and Baker Holdings Ltd (RGB), a leading SW builders merchant with 16 sites across the Devon and Cornwall area. IU Energy worked closely with RGB to complete site audits across their network of buildings and transport vehicles to produce an ESOS report listing the savings identified.
Duncan Banks, CEO, IU Energy commented:
“We are delighted to secure ESOS compliance on behalf of our clients Foot Anstey and RGB, both of whom take energy efficiency seriously. It is heartening to know that the many energy efficiency measures our team have identified will help them to further improve their environmental performance.”
IU Energy is currently working with a number of national organisations to facilitate ESOS compliance. Not every large organisation falls within the scope of ESOS, yet those outside the scheme can still benefit from IU Energy’s consultancy service to identify areas of energy waste, reduce energy demand and remain competitive in their business sector.
If you have missed the deadline, you still have to comply.
We are currently working with large companies such as Prncess Yachts plc, Succession Group, St Luke’s Hospice, Pepper Communications and Underhill Engineering Ltd. We have the following case studies on successful ESOS compliance: