Undertaking ESOS audits is intended to help businesses to identify opportunities to save energy – DECC analysis suggests that businesses could save over £250m (and 3TWh of energy) per year if they achieve just 5% of the cost-effective energy efficiency potential that audits should identify for buildings and industrial processes and modest savings on their transport energy consumption.
This guide provides an overview of the steps businesses can take to maximise the impact of their ESOS assessment. It will help organisations follow best practice around the implementation of energy saving opportunities. This guide is particularly aimed at smaller ESOS participants, including those who may have less experience in implementing energy savings and/or may not employ a dedicated energy manager. However, the information in this guide may also be helpful to organisations with previous experience of implementing energy saving opportunities. It may also be helpful to organisations that have identified energy saving opportunities independently of ESOS.
The guide was produced in collaboration with The Carbon Trust, who provided expert advice drawing upon direct business input together with work carried out with a large number of businesses to implement energy saving opportunities.
Sectors: Buildings, Cross cutting, Industry, Renewables
Country / Region: Europe, United KingdomTags: assessments, auditing, building types, energy, energy efficiency, energy savings, global climate, impacts on systems and sectors
Knowledge Object: Publication / Report
Published by: Department of Energy & Climate Change
Publishing year: 2015
Author: Carbon Trust