The client wasn’t satisfied with the quality of work their ESOS provider was delivering and were concerned they could be at risk, should an audit from the EA occur. They came to Inenco to proactively mitigate the risk of non-compliance and were presented with an audit to reach compliance within 90 days, avoiding any unwanted fines.
Inenco reviewed the situation and provided a proposed solution, incorporating compliance KPIs to which the client agreed, and from there Inenco took over the client’s ESOS Phase 1 management.
Inenco provided the client with reassurance and guarantees that compliance would be met in a timely manner, in order to diminish the chance of any unwanted fines.
The ESOS Phase 1 notification was then submitted in full and on time, in line with the agreed KPI’s, before getting signed off as complete by the EA – eliminating the risk of non-compliance.
Inenco then carried this work through to other compliance schemes such as ESOS Phase 2, CCA (Climate Change Agreement), and CRC (Carbon Reduction Commitment) to help the client make continual improvements to their energy strategy and in turn, realise monetary savings.
Inenco set in place a more robust data-gathering and recording process, allowing all compliance work (ESOS Phase 1 & 2, CCA management and CRC reporting) to utilise a common and complete data set. This in turn helped the client comply with ESOS Phase 1 and ensured that ongoing and future reporting would be more streamlined in the future.
As Inenco acted quickly, the client was able to avoid ESOS fines of up to £50,000. With ESOS Phase 1 passed and historical CRC data and quality issues resolved, the client can now be sure they are in safe hands with Inenco.