ESOS Phase 2 Compliance


If your business needs to be ESOS Phase 2 compliant then we can help you identify energy saving opportunities and deliver performance upgrades for your business to improve efficiencies.

Data Centre Hero Image.png
amber energy Triangle bg_Transparent.png

Act now to comply with ESOS Phase 2

You will need to be ESOS Phase 2 compliant by 5th December 2019 in order to avoid fines and being publicly named.

The earlier you start working towards compliance the more benefits you’ll receive, including:

  • More potential savings from efficiency opportunities

  • Ensure compliance by beginning work early

  • Avoid penalties for missing the compliance deadline

  • Don’t worry about resource availability close to ESOS deadline

  • Cost of ESOS compliance work is likely to be higher closer to deadline 

At amber energy, we can help your business to maximise savings and make the most of ESOS Phase 2.


Achieve ESOS Phase 2

Beat the December 2019 deadline for ESOS by booking in a date with our ESOS Lead Assessors.

We have seen a huge increase in the number of businesses looking for an audit, so act now to ensure your business needs are covered.

Name *
amber energy Triangle bg_Transparent.png

ESOS Phase 2 FAQ

What is ESOS?

The energy savings opportunity scheme or ESOS, is a mandatory government initiative to promote energy efficiency in large businesses.

Does my business need to comply?

You will need to comply with ESOS if your organisation has:

  • Over 250 employees

  • Or a turnover of €50 million and an annual balance sheet more than €43million.

  • Or is part of a larger organisation which meets the above criteria.


Is my business covered by ISO 50001?

Yes, if your business has achieved ISO 50001 then you are also covered for ESOS and will not need to carry out an assessment.

What exactly is ESOS compliance?

Essentially, ESOS compliance is a measurement of your total energy consumption, combined with audits that look into your energy efficiency (delivered by an accredited ESOS lead assessor), which is fed back in a standardised report to your national scheme administrator.