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The Fulham Shore - ESOS Compliance & consultation

The Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme is compulsory for large UK organisations. We guarantee successful ESOS compliance and energy savings. A total of 29,610,620kWh opportunities were identified for The Fulham Shore, resulting in 31,783,515 Kg of emissions being saved.

Client brief

The Fulham Shore is a company that operates businesses in the restaurant and food service sector with over 100 Franco Manca and The Real Greek restaurants across the UK. The client must do ESOS compliance for every 4 years. Our ESOS lead assessor supported the client in conducting an energy audit and reporting on the energy savings identified. We had to identify the organisation’s energy footprint, including energy assessment and audits.


The goal has been to ensure the client’s successful ESOS reporting and provide sufficient information and an action plan to implement the opportunities identified, thereby ensuring energy efficiency and cost and carbon emissions savings.

ETS’s Solution & Strategy

In the ESOS phase 2, The Fulham Shore transport was considered as De minimis. This includes assets less than 10% of the organisation’s footprint. For the energy audits, we identified the worst-performing sites and planned and attended site audits to provide opportunities for improvement in ESOS compliance. Our qualified ESOS lead assessors ensured the client met the criteria. We capture and analyse energy data, identifying inefficiencies and proactively resolving energy issues and follow this up with site audits to identify more opportunities for savings.


According to the ESOS Phase 2 evaluation, the results from the 7 building energy audits of the Fulham Shore sites show the split of opportunities identified. The opportunities are representative of most of the opportunities across different sectors.

Replacing halogen spotlights, high-intensity discharge (HID) lamps or large-bore fluorescent tubes and switching to LED will likely save their energy. 

Intelligent control systems optimise energy savings by monitoring and controlling lighting and HVAC.

Preventing overcooling and overheating of spaces is effective in saving energy. Ensure setpoints are automatically and appropriately set.

Weather, occupancy and out-of-hours trends can all be observed and compared against energy use to identify areas of waste and improvement.


Harris Lamb – Mechanical & Electrical Performance Specification

Successful office fit-out project with upgraded VRF heat pump cooling, LED lighting and heat recovery ventilation. Improved energy efficiency and occupant comfort led to an increase in the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating from C to B.

Midcounties Co-Operative – ESOS Phase 3 Compliance

Midcounties Co-operative achieved their ESOS Phase 3 compliance successfully with a total of 346,650kWh opportunities identified and resulting in 71,896 Kg of emissions to be saved.

Woodie’s – Decarbonisation & Energy Performance Audit

Our proposed photovoltaic solution can enable the production of circa 70,000kWh of electricity annually. There is also a suggested destratification system, achieving savings of up to 20% in heating costs.