ESOS Phase 2 Compliance

Achieve ESOS Phase 2 compliance early and reap the energy saving opportunities identified.

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The Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) is a mandatory compliance scheme in the UK, derived from Article 8 of the EU Energy Efficiency Directive.

Start working towards ESOS Phase 2 compliance now

ESOS Phase 2 compliance should not be seen as a burden. It’s all there in the title – the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme. As ESOS will continue in four-yearly phases it gives you a great opportunity to continually improve your energy efficiency and achieve significant savings.

We’re now in Phase 2 of the ESOS compliance scheme.
The next deadline is 5 December 2019.

Planning ahead


Looking ahead to the next compliance date in 2019, we can help you prepare with Intelligent Building Controls or even with achieving the ISO 50001 Energy Management certification.

We have accredited ISO 50001 Lead Auditors in-house who will assess the scale and benefits of obtaining this certification for your business.

ESOS Phase 2: Why start now?

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    Booking your Lead Assessor will mean you avoid future bottlenecks in resources.

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    You’ll avoid significant costs and penalties.

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    The sooner you start, the sooner you can seize the opportunities of ESOS, including the chance to recoup your compliance costs through energy efficiency improvements.

ESOS Phase 2 compliance: ESOS help from Utilitywise

  • We’ve helped over 300 clients on their ESOS journey with Phase 1 compliance

  • We’ve helped our clients to identify more than 4,700 energy saving opportunities

  • We’ve identified 631,189,447 kWh that could be saved – equivalent to 2.8 million tonnes of CO2

For more information about how our qualified ESOS Lead Assessors can help your business with ESOS Phase 2 compliance, call 01527 511 757 or email our team direct at

5 reasons to start ESOS Phase 2 compliance

  1. Quality Lead Assessors are limited. There’s only one for every 10 organisations – even fewer are accredited to the more well-known bodies.
  2. Get a head start on your competitors. An early start means you can avoid any bottleneck in resources as the deadline approaches, as we believe the EA will be less lenient in terms of late compliance this phase.
  3. Protect yourself. Allow plenty of time to track down and collate your data.
  4. Ensure compliance. Start now to make sure you’re compliant on time. 40% of organisations still weren’t compliant 4 months after the Phase 1 deadline!
  5. Start sooner, save sooner. The sooner you comply, the sooner you can start implementing recommendations from your ESOS report.
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