Energy Saving Opportunities Scheme Looming Deadline


Certification body BM TRADA has warned that a “significant proportion” of the largest companies in Britain do not know about the government’s Energy Saving Opportunities Scheme ESOS and therefore risk the £50,000 penalty for not having registered in time.BM TRADA also pointed out that ESOS is mandatory and requires businesses to carry out energy assessments of their industry, transportation, and buildings to see if improvements need to be made.The scheme applies only to large businesses with over 250 employees or 50 million euros or more in turnover per year.Companies that fail to register can receive fines between £500 and £50,000 and also risk being shamed by the Environmental Agency.

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