Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme
ESOS is now a legal requirement!
GreenRock Energy provide an extensive range of ESOS services including all auditing and compliance activity as well as ESOS reporting requirements and Lead Assessor services.
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- ESOS Qualification(s): Lead Assessor Fully Qualified
- ESOS Specialisms: Buildings, Process, Transport
- LCC Qualification(s): LCC Simulation
Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard for commercial buildings
The Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and Wales) Regulations have now received approval from both Houses of Parliament and will ensure that buildings rented for commercial use in the private sector meet minimum energy efficiency standards.
GreenRock Energy are industry leaders in the field of reducing energy consumption for our clients. We have carried out over 10,000 Commercial Energy Assessments across the whole of the U.K.
Commercial Energy Assessors & Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme
GreenRock Energy are pleased to offer our clients coverage throughout the uk, with our own energy assessors.
TO YOUR SITE
Commercial Energy Performance Services
Commercial EPC assessors.
Accredited advisors for the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme.
Part of an established limited company GreenRock Energy have a dedicated team to provide a reliable, efficient and professional service to all areas of the property industry and Home owners alike.
We offer a full design and pre-checking service, where we work with the Architect, Builder, Developer or Home owner prior to an official energy assessment to look at the options to reduce the energy consumption and Carbon Emissions.GreenRock Energy provides a high quality Inspection, Rating and Certification service which encompasses Commercial (including Scotland and Northern Ireland), Display and Domestic EPC's, Air-Conditioning Inspections, SAP & SBEM ratings, Code for Sustainable Homes and BREEAM Assessments.Experts in The Energy Performance Of Buildings Regulations. Assessor's accredited to level 5 Part of an established limited company GreenRock Energy have a dedicated team to provide a reliable, efficient and professional service to all areas of the property industry and Home owners alike. We offer a full design and pre-checking service, where we work with the Architect, Builder, Developer or Home owner prior to an official energy assessment to look at the options to reduce the energy consumption and Carbon Emissions.
GreenRock Energy provides a high quality Inspection, Rating and Certification service which encompasses Commercial (including Scotland and Northern Ireland), Display (DEC), Domestic EPC's and Commercial EPC's, Air-Conditioning Inspections (TM44), SAP & SBEM ratings. Experts in The Energy Performance Of Buildings Regulations. Assessor's accredited to level 3, level 4 and level 5.
Proof of compliance with ISO 50001 will demonstrate that you’re a responsible business.
ISO 50001 is an International Standard that lays out the latest best practice in energy management. It was developed by energy management experts from over 60 countries from across the world. The standard specifies the requirements of an energy management system so that an organisation can develop and implement a policy, identify significant areas of energy consumption and target energy reductions.
ESOS Latest News
ESOS compliance hit 65%
Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme compliance rates rise to around two thirds of affected businesses, according to figures released Monday night by the EA.
ESOS: don't believe the myths
The latest from the environment agency's blog.
Gold Plated EPC service
If you are property fund manager or an investment fund manager you may be interested in our GreenRock Energy Gold Plated EPC service.
We have been in various industry discussions about the varying level of quality companies are finding with EPC’s they have been provided both currently and in the past. With the impending MEES regulations providing for a substantial risk for any F&G rated properties within your portfolios.
Time is running out for poor commercial EPC-rated buildings
Around 17 per cent of commercial buildings could be unlettable or unsaleable by 2018 under new Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) regulations.
Provisions detailed in the Energy Act make it mandatory for commercial properties with a poor EPC rating (F or G) to be brought up to E or higher before they can be let or sold.
EPCs, which became mandatory in 2008, are needed whenever a property is built, sold and rented and are valid for 10 years. The certificate contains information about a property’s energy use and typical energy costs and recommendations about how to reduce energy use and save money.
With the ever tightening regulations, property managers and investment fund managers face the task of bringing their property portfolio up to the new benchmark. To aide this process we have introduced to several of our clients our EPC modelling service. We can provide a report on your poorly rated property’s with a cost effective action plan to attain the higher rating. On several occasions only a site visit was necessary to uncover a poor previous survey that gave an unjustified E or F rating.
Contact us for more information on our modelling service.
GreenRock Energy Partner Program Launch
Many company's within the energy market are missing out on a valuable revenue stream by not having the qualified staff to carry out specific energy audits or are not accredited to the correct level to produce the required product.
ESOS Enforcement and penalties
The scheme compliance bodies will have the authority to apply civil penalties against an organisation/group found to be required to participate in ESOS and found to be non-compliant with its requirements.
Edward Davey speech at the launch of the 2050 Global Calculator.
.."Everyone here understands we need to follow the science – man-made climate change is real, is already happening, and represents one of the most serious threats facing the UK, and the planet as a whole.
The more we see the effects of climate change already happening around us, the more we understand the future risks.
For the UK, the main direct risks from climate change are likely to come from extreme weather, such as flooding, disrupting services and damaging property and health"...
Extra Power from Wind Farms
This Freedom of Information (FOI) release is in response to a request for information on the cost in each of the last two years of compensating wind farm owners who have had to cut their supplies to avoid overloading the grid.