Energy compliance is becoming increasingly complex, and businesses often don’t have the in-house resource or expertise to fully understand, implement, and maximise the potential benefits of industry wide and sector-specific legislation.
As your energy partner it is our commitment to ensure that your business is fully compliant with all essential legislation, and aware of any optional schemes and opportunities that may benefit your business — and your bottom line.
ESOS (Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme)
This multi-phase scheme is designed to support larger companies with their energy savings strategies and increase their commitment to sustainability. We can help you prepare for each phase of the scheme, ensure that your business is fully compliant with the standards and expectations outlined, and that the deadlines are met for each stage of the process – avoiding any costly penalty charges. But our role is so much more than helping you tick boxes and meet the minimum expectations. We will help you leverage the cost saving, carbon cutting advantages of the scheme to ensure that your business benefits.
SECR (Streamlined Energy & Carbon Reporting)
The SERC Framework has made it mandatory for over 11,000 large businesses to annually report their energy and carbon emissions. This is a fantastic opportunity for businesses to be transparent about their outputs and become more proactive with compliance, sustainability, and carbon reduction. Our experts at Enexus understand the intricacies and obligations of SERC and other frameworks, and can guide you through the process of meeting the requirements.
EPCs (Energy Performance Certificates)
Commercial properties for sale or rent are legally obligated to obtain and display an Energy Performance Certificate. We can help you acquire an EPC from a certified Energy Assessor to meet your basic obligations. In addition to this, we can also help you optimise your performance in order to increase the energy rating of your building and make it more attractive for prospective buyers or tenants.
Climate Change Levy / Climate Change Agreements
Qualifying high-usage businesses across a number of sectors are eligible to enter into voluntary Climate Change Agreements (CCAs). These require certain energy efficiency targets to be met and demonstrated in order to qualify for a Climate Change Levy (CCL) reduction of up to 100%. We can help you meet and evidence the complex requirements, in order to improve your green credentials and lower your financial outgoings.