Category: ESOS FAQ

Net of Gross economic figures?

ESOS requires organisations with an annual turnover exceeding €50m and a balance sheet exceeding €43m to comply with ESOS. Clients have asked if these figures based on Net or Gross values? The Government’s guidance is unclear so we contacted the Environment Agency requesting clarification, this was there reply: ‘The turnover figure is the top figure […]

I can only provide cost data, is that acceptable?

The first stage to ESOS compliance is to analyse your organisations total energy consumption. At this stage, organisations may struggle to find accurate consumption data. This is a particular problem if they only pay a service charge to their landlord. ESOS regulations do allow units of costs in measuring energy consumption, but, only for the […]