Large firms face new audit requirement

Energy efficiency investment and environmental certification could benefit from mandatory energy efficiency audits, but much will depend on how they are regulated

Large businesses will have to carry out assessments of their energy saving potential under new proposals issued by DECC on 11 July.1

The new Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) aims to help focus managers’ minds on neglected energy-efficiency opportunities to drive up investment and promote behavioural change.

But it could also increase demand for environmental and energy management training and certification, though these markets are already well developed in the UK.

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