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Editor: David Keighley
8th September 2016

Up to 1700 UK companies - about one in five - required to register under the Government's Energy Saving Opportunities Scheme (ESOS) have so far failed to do so despite three extensions to the deadline date, according to recent Environment Agency (EA) data. Now, says consultancy Green Energy Consulting, an EA enforcement team is to target companies continuing to disregard the scheme.

So far, Green Energy Consulting says it has identified almost £9m worth of savings throughout its entire ESOS project portfolio, covering areas such as transport fuel use, behavioural training, lighting and HVAC optimisation. ESOS, it says, is intended not just for compliance reasons, but to attain tangible, affordable energy reductions that positively affect the bottom line.

Companies falling within the ESOS criteria, but still to register with the scheme, are being advised to get on the case quickly.

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