ESOS For Hotels
If you’re in the hospitality industry and you need to comply to ESOS, Enistic is your perfect partner.
Our specialist lead assessors have a wealth of experience and knowledge within the hospitality industry.
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What will I get if I download this guide?
- The 5 best ways to reduce your energy, distilled from our experience of doing over 2000 energy audits.
- A simple to use checklist highlighting a few simple ways to reduce energy consumption.
- The top 5 questions you should be asking your lead assessor.
Enistic are the UK market leader in ESOS compliance. Our fully automated reporting system ensures you save time and money! Our seamless accounting system, Plato, allows users to access their data from anywhere in the world.
We believe in making the most out of ESOS, that’s why we suggest to each of our clients ways outside of ESOS that they can save money – from our superb sub-metering to the installion of solar panels. By understanding how your business works, we’re able to provide you with information that actually adds value and saves money.
5 Practical Ways to Reduce Energy Consumption for Hotels
With the ESOS Phase 2 data capture period beginning in January 2018, it’s time for the hospitality industry to start thinking about ESOS.
HVAC systems, lighting and the refrigeration units usually account for the bulk of a hospitality building’s energy consumption. With the ever rising energy bill and the concerns about climate change, the cost associated with all of these can be easily reduced, if the business knows where to look at and what to do.
Only a small percentage of site managers felt that ESOS had helped support the energy efficiency initiative. This highlights that using a key assessor with extensive understanding and experience is key to unlocking any benefit.
Install occupancy sensors and timers. These sensors can help reduce the lighting cost by up to 30%.
Labelling kitchen equipment with their required preheating time can help the staff switching them on only when needed, thus helping to reduce the energy used by cooking by up to 60%.
Check if you can divide the building space into different thermal zones with their own controllers in accordance with the actual functional needs.
4. Ventilation and Air Conditioning
Check if you can take advantage of natural ventilation. It may be possible to use different pathways such as doors and windows in order to provide a satisfactory level of natural ventilation allowing the mechanical system to be shut down.
5. Hot Water
Ensure that the water is stored at 60˚C, which is the optimum temperature to provide comfort for the guests and the staff while also being hot enough to kill legionella bacteria. but why stop there?
Our ESOS Guide for hotels has a huge variety of practical energy saving opportinities. Download yours today and start saving money now.
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