The UK's energy policy landscape has been in a state of flux in recent months. A post Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) compliance vacuum appears to have been compounded with uncertainty over the June UK/EU referendum.
But whatever the view is of a UK exit from the EU, the fact remains that reducing your organisations energy consumption also reduces costs and therefore increases profit.
If your organisation has been involved with energy efficiency for some time, you probably already have the results of an energy audit/survey or have identified opportunities for continual improvement.
The questions are, have you dismissed them by filing them away never to be seen again or have you decided to take steps to act on it?
If your new to energy efficiency but not covered by legislation you still have the option for a simple or full energy assessment. One thing is for certain, you will be missing out on very real opportunities to reduce energy waste, possibly by as much as 20-30%.
Energy legislation is often seen as a burden on business and quite often "doing the bare minimum" is perceived as the most effective course to take. The stark reality is that energy, environmental and operational savings are so great, it is no longer a question of whether a business can afford to take steps to reduce energy consumption, but whether it can afford not to.
At digitalenergy our professional software has been adopted by a large number of ESOS participants to do just that. With digitalenergy professional, users benefit from a simple cloud based solutions that enables data from meters, solid/liquid fuel points or vehicles to be assembled in a single database to enable reporting and more importantly profiling.
digitalenergy professional is a unique platform that can be accessed at different levels across diverse asset portfolios through a variety of devices.
It is the only single system that incorporates the entire range of tasks within an energy estate, from monitoring and targeting, right through to compliance audits and evidence trails.
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