Compliance Support

We support your company to deliver continued compliance to all relevant legislation, regulations, and best practice. We’re here to help your company throughout the process of complying with all applicable legislation and regulations.

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Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard (MEES)

The Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and Wales) Regulations 2015 stipulates that all non-domestic buildings require Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). Suppose you are the owner of non-domestic property. In that case, we can support you to acquire a MEES compliant Energy Performance Certificate. We can help you to develop a MEES compliance action plan.


How we can help
  • We can produce cost-competitive building energy certificates such as Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) and Display Energy Certificates (DECs).
  • We can provide you with extensive guidance on how to improve the building energy rating.

Streamlined Energy And Carbon Reporting (SECR)

Streamlined Energy & Carbon Reporting SECR is a new mandatory legislation based on industry energy and carbon reporting that came into effect in April 2019.

Who Needs To Comply With SECR?

SECR requirements is relevant to quoted companies and large unquoted companies with over 250 employees or annual turnover of more than £36m or a yearly balance sheet of around £18m. However, the rules are different depending on your type of company. Private companies that can provide evidence that they use less than 40,000kWh in a year will not be required to comply.

Statutory AC Energy Assessments: CIBSE Guidance TM44

The European Energy Performance of Buildings Directive requires building air conditioning systems be tested at least every five years. CIBSE’s TM44 specification documents the principal guidance for the adequate inspections of building air conditioning systems.


How we can help
  • Investigate and report opportunities for improving plant efficiency.
  • Carry out inspections of building air conditioning systems.
  • Detailed advice on opportunities to reduce plant energy costs.

ISO50001 Energy Management System


We support your company to achieve ISO50001 certification successfully. We help your company implement ISO 50001 by establishing an energy management system to improve energy performance, including energy efficiency, energy security, energy use and consumption. Achieving ISO 50001 certification means that your organisation continually reduces their energy use, and therefore their energy costs and their carbon emissions.

Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS)

We provide an end-to-end energy audit to ensure compliance with Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS). ESOS is a mandatory energy assessment scheme for organisations in the UK that meet the qualification criteria. Organisations that qualify for ESOS must carry out ESOS assessments every four years. These assessments are audits of the energy used by their buildings, industrial processes and transport to identify cost-effective energy-saving measures.


Who Needs To Comply With ESOS?

Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) is now in phase 3, with a December 2023 report deadline. ESOS affects “large UK undertakings” that employ 250 or more people or has an annual turnover of over £44 million and an annual balance sheet total of over £38 million.

How we can help
  • We can provide comprehensive energy audits that ensure ESOS compliance.
  • Use data from ESOS to help you reduce energy consumption and thus consequently minimise energy costs and carbon footprint.
  • We can support you to achieve ISO 50001 as a route to ESOS compliance.

Legislation Guidance And Support

We can help you to identify any gaps in legislation and regulations that apply to your company. We can assist you in determining the opportunities for best practice that can save you on energy costs and reap the benefits of mitigating your organisation’s carbon footprint.


How we can help
  • Ensure your company is not caught out with any recent legislative changes.
  • Ensure that your efforts towards meeting energy and carbon compliance doubles to save money on energy consumptions.
  • Review your business process to advise any gaps in legislation relevant to your industry.
  • Support you to use results from compliance activities to inform other business stakeholders and customers.
  • Provide value for money by exploring how to streamline your compliance efforts. For example, advise how you can use your ISO 50001 certification to meet ESOS compliance and reporting.