Ensuring legislative compliance in energy and environmental areas
We have complete offerings for CCA support, GHG reporting services, EU ETS support and ESOS, applying economies of scale thanks to our in-depth understanding of your data.
Our experts use robust and defensible processes throughout delivery to ensure that a full audit trail is maintained, taking away the burden of compliance and giving you the ability to accurately budget for the financial impact of the relevant scheme. Not only that, our dedicated compliance teams will compile and maintain a body of evidence and submit it to the regulator when required.
Our dedicated compliance team are true experts in their field. They understand the intricacies and differences in reporting requirements for the full range of energy and environmental schemes, providing bespoke consultation for hundreds of businesses throughout the UK. As well as ensuring compliance, we’ll interrogate your data to identify utility and cost saving opportunities, ensuring that we maximise your opportunities for cost reduction.
Climate Change Agreements (CCAs) are voluntary agreements that allow eligible energy-intensive sectors to receive a reduction of up to 90% on Climate Change Levy (CCL) in return for committing to pre-determined energy efficiency targets.
Inenco’s team of CCA experts have guided over 200 organisations through the scheme, with current clients benefiting from savings of £25 million per annum. They’ll advise you on the best ways to maximise the relief for your organisation, helping to keep your energy budget in good shape.
We can support you in delivering a whole range of reporting obligations, from Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) and Greenhouse Gas Emissions (GHG) reporting to Emissions Testing. Our dedicated compliance experts pore through your data, extracting the information relevant to each individual scheme so you don’t have to. As part of the service we’ll also analyse the ways in which you can reduce your costs and improve efficiencies – helping you to maximise savings across your portfolio at the same time as meeting your obligations.
The Inenco CRC compliance solution takes your organisation through the full end-to-end compliance process quickly and easily. Over 100 organisations have benefited from our service, taking advantage of our fully managed approach. Our trusted experts provide ongoing advice, including a clear understanding of emissions and the financial impact for your organisation.
“Complying with mandatory schemes is too important to leave to chance: our experts will ensure your business meets all obligations and work with you to identify extra savings and benefits.”
With over 170 organisations using our ESOS service, you can be sure you’re in safe hands. Inenco’s ESOS solution is a packaged approach that provides full legislative compliance as well as a comprehensive consultative report demonstrating where your organisation can make energy savings.
Inenco’s ISO 50001 accreditation solution takes your organisation through a carefully planned process and methodology, ensuring that you achieve accreditation in the most straightforward manner.
Our approach builds a meaningful energy management system tailored to your organisation’s needs. We also offer consultations that identify any gaps in your current energy management system that would need to be addressed to achieve ISO 50001 accreditation.
EU Directive 2014/95/EU aims to harmonise minimum non-financial reporting standards, including sustainability and CSR; to increase transparency; and, ultimately, to improve environmental and social performance. This applies to “public-interest entities” (PIEs) with ≥ 500 employees. This generally means listed companies or certain finance or insurance entities. It applies to financial years starting on or after 1st January 2017.
It requires a non-financial statement to be included in the annual report, and should carry relevant information on environmental, social and employee-related matters, respect for human rights, and anti-corruption and bribery, as applicable to the reporting organisation. The statement should include a description of any policies, outcomes and related risks, and details of relevant due diligence processes, including supply and subcontracting chains.
Our expert team will arrange a meeting to discuss your requirements
Our experts will outline the options available to your organisation to allow you to make an informed decision
Our team will help you as much or as little as required to ensure that your organisation remains compliant
You will receive regular updates on the progress, letting you stay on top of the benefits being delivered by Inenco