ESOS Compliance:

The Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) is a UK government initiative that requires large companies to audit energy usage and identify energy-saving opportunities. Companies can achieve compliance by conducting energy audits, identifying energy-saving measures, and producing compliance reports.

SECR Compliance:

Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) regulations mandate that companies report energy and carbon emissions annually. Compliance can be achieved by conducting energy audits and producing carbon and compliance reports.

DECS Compliance:

Display Energy Certificates (DECs) are required for UK public buildings over 250 square meters. DECs provide an energy efficiency rating valid for one year. Compliance can be achieved by conducting energy audits, producing DECs, and identifying energy-saving measures.

PAT Testing:

Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) ensures electrical appliances are safe to use and comply with regulations. PAT testing can help companies reduce the risk of electrical accidents and improve workplace safety.

Energy Reconciliation:

The process involves comparing energy consumption data obtained from meter readings or data collectors with energy bills issued by energy suppliers. Energy reconciliation helps identify discrepancies, such as overcharging or undercharging by energy suppliers. Companies can conduct energy reconciliation to ensure accurate charges for their energy usage, avoid overcharging or undercharging, and reduce energy costs.