Date: Tuesday 13th November 2018
Time: 13:30 – 14:30 GMT
Organisations that delayed on starting the process of Phase I compliance will be aware of the difficulties that companies encountered trying to find ESOS Lead Assessors and submitting their application on time. Phase I saw close to 2,800 late submissions, resulting in a number of financial penalties. In addition, only 16% of the total submissions received during Phase I were compliant with the ESOS requirements, with three-quarters requiring remedial action.
Join us on Tuesday 13th November 2018 at 13:30 – 14:30 where our Associate Director, Tilly Shaw, will be discussing how to get compliant and the common pit falls to watch out for.
This webinar discusses the best routes to compliance, common issues faced during ESOS Phase I and how to turn the cost of compliance into an opportunity.
Key Learning Outcomes
- ESOS Phase 2 regulations
- Lessons learnt from Phase 1
- Routes to compliance
- Turning the cost of compliance into an opportunity
- The importance of ‘Energy Culture’
- The future trajectory of the ESOS Regulations
Tilly has over ten years’ experience in the energy and environment sector and has a strong record in carbon reporting, compliance and technical analysis. She has led the delivery of numerous successful ESOS Assessments for clients such as The Walt Disney Company and Autoglass.
Tilly is a physicist, a CIBSE qualified ESOS Lead Assessor and a Low Carbon Consultant, as well as a registered Practitioner of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment. She is currently studying for an MSc in Building Services Engineering with Sustainable Energy.