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Achieve ESOS Phase 2 Compliance for Free

If your business needs to be ESOS Phase 2 compliant then we can help, identifying energy saving opportunities and delivering performance upgrades for free when combined with one of our energy management services.


Still not ESOS Phase 1 Compliant?

The deadline for ESOS Phase 1 was December 2015, however many businesses still have not complied. If your business isn’t compliant then get in touch today and we will act fast to help you avoid any future penalties.

Failure to meet compliance could result in hefty fines.


Act now to comply with ESOS Phase 2

We advise you to act now to meet ESOS Phase 2 compliance.

The earlier you start the more benefits you are likely to 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 for Free

For a limited time, we are offering free ESOS compliance, up to the cost of £10,000, in conjunction with any of our energy management services.

Speak to our expert advisors today to see how we can help you.

Find out more about our ESOS Lead Assessors.

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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.

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.