ESOS Phase 2
Deadline | Dec 2019
- The deadline for ESOS Phase 2 compliance was the 5th of December 2019.
- You should have submitted your ESOS Compliance Report by the deadline.
- If you haven’t you might have received an ESOS Enforcement notice (more info).
- Failure to comply with ESOS can lead to fines of up to £50,000 and public disclosure of non-compliance.
- At Enistic we guarantee 100% compliance and we can act fast if you have received an ESOS Enforcement Notice.
ESOS Phase 3
Deadline | Dec 2023
- The deadline for ESOS Phase 3 compliance is the 5th of December 2023.
- The data preparation period begins 1 January 2021 meaning it’s time to act.
- Prices are set to increase closer to the deadline, so save money by starting your Phase 3 journey now.
- Enistic offers payment plans to all of our clients meaning that ESOS adds little disruption to any preexisting budgets.
- Stay ahead of the competition by securing your quality lead assessor before resources begin to shorten.
The UK's Market Leader
- We guarantee compliance – We are so confident in what we do that we guarantee compliance to every single one of our customers.
- We have made ESOS a no-fuss experience. Our fully automated reporting process reduces anoying admin, meaning our service is cheaper for you!
- Our team of lead assessors are some of the most qualified in country.
- Our Vantage Programme wraps all of your costs into a single monthly fee so you can budget with ease.
Back to basics
What is ESOS?
How long does it take?
With over 10,000 companies needing to comply, it’s important to stay ahead of competition and begin the route to compliance early. Failure to comply in time can lead to fines of up to £50,000.
How do I know if I need to comply?
To fall into ESOS, an organisation must:
- Have over 250 members of staff.
- Or turnover of over 50 million Euros (£43 million) and an annual balance sheet total in excess of 43 million euro (£37 million).
- Or be a part of a larger organisation that falls into either of these categories.
- 90% of energy consumed by the organisation has to be accounted for across all sites, including transport.
- Must use 12 months’ verifiable data.
- ESOS Assessments must be reviewed and signed off by a Board-level Director, and approved by a Lead Assessor and then reported to the Environment Agency.
- Energy audits need to be conducted and data submitted every 4 years.
- Failure to comply with ESOS can lead to fines of up to £50,000 and public disclosure of noncompliance.
Why should I choose Enistic?
Go the extra mile and make
your ESOS audit count.
Speak to one of our expert advisors today and see how you can save money and make ESOS Phase 3 really count.