ESOS compliance rate still only 80%

One fifth of ESOS participants are still failing to comply with regulatory requirements five months after the December deadline, but the scheme has already highlighted huge low-cost opportunities

ESOS non-compliance levels are still high despite extra time. Photograph: lisafx / 123RFAround 1,700 organisations thought to be caught by the Energy Saving Opportunities Scheme (ESOS) are in breach of notification requirements five months after the scheme’s first compliance deadline.

The latest tally from the Environment Agency (EA) covers the period to 15 April.

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