UKCA/UKNI marks brought in alongside CE Mark. Deadline moved to 31st December 2024.
Whether you feel you need to be certified to ISO 50001, verified against PAS2060 or not,there are many reasons why you should consider implementing a carbon management plan. You could be looking at a sustainable future, you could be aiming to 'do your bit' but the one thing you will be doing is saving your business money.
With the transition to ISO50001:2018 it is now easier to make energy management a key part of your ISO 14001 Environmental Management System. MLP can develop an integrated approach for you.
Carbon management starts by looking at what you use and where and how you use it. From training and engaging your employees to reviewing renewable options we can help you.
Think of energy as water through an open tap and consider the reaction you would have in your workplace if a tap was left running. Carbon management can start with finding the tap!
WE CAN HELP YOU STEM THE FLOW. SIMPLY CONTACT US.
CERTIFICATION TO ISO 50001 IS AN ALTERNATIVE ROUTE TO ESOS COMPLIANCE.
PAS 2060 WILL DEMONSTRATE YOUR COMMITMENT TO REDUCING YOUR IMPACT ON THE ENVIRON
Your business may not be caught in the ESOS scheme but, undoubtedly, you will looking at your fuel bills and wondering why they are so high or why they are increasing?
We all know that fuel commodity charges fluctuate with every seasonal change and every global or local political crisis. The national storage and network issues are set to inflate distribution charges. Carbon levies (taxes) are always on the increase so all in all we continue in to a state of flux.
We can look at your energy costs with trusted Energy Procurement Partners and focus on where and how you are using your energy. The aim is to reduce your energy use, reduce your CO2 emissions and save you money.
Moving beyond we can support with the demonstration of carbon neitrality through the application and verification to PAS2060.
ESOS applies to large UK undertakings and their corporate groups. It mainly affects businesses but can also apply to not-for-profit bodies and any other non public sector undertakings that are large enough to meet the qualification criteria. The preorting process is now in phase 3 and your organisation qualifies for this third compliance period if, on 31 December 2022 it met the ESOS definition of a large undertaking. Corporate groups qualify if at least one UK group member meets the ESOS definition of a large undertaking.
Rough guidelines on ESOS qualification criteria start with the company being defined as a 'large undertaking' on 31st December 2022:-
A large undertaking is 'any UK company that either:
Please refer to the complete Gov.UK published guidelines on ESOS.
The final deadline to complete and submit your ESOS reporting for Phase 3 is 5 December 2023.
Fines for failure to comply are assessed on a case by case basis but are generally:-
CERTIFICATION TO ISO 50001 IS AN ALTERNATIVE ROUTE TO ESOS COMPLIANCE
IF YOU NEED ANY ASSISTANCE WITH COMPLIANCE CONTACT US.