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The Energy Auditing Scheme (‘EAS’)

The Energy Auditing Scheme (EAS) is a mandatory energy assessment scheme and it is a legal obligation for organisations in Ireland that meet the qualification criteria to have an energy audit completed.

Organisations that qualify for EAS must carry out an EAS assessment every 4 years to remain compliant. If you or any part of your corporate group meets either of the following conditions, you will need to comply with EAS Regulations:

• Employ 250 or more people.
• An annual turnover in excess of €50m and a balance sheet in excess of €43m.

Many businesses in Ireland have been captured by the EAS, and for those that may have missed the deadlines required for previous rounds of the regulations, or were unaware of their existence, the SEAI (the regulator) are now issuing notifications of non-compliance – and requiring those businesses to undertake works immediately to address this.

At ETS, we have helped many businesses through this process, and are perfectly positioned to assist, no matter what your business’s sector.

Final thoughts

If you are looking for an energy management system that is tailored to your business needs, ETS can provide you with 25 years of experience in dramatically improving energy efficiency and reducing environmental impacts. Whether your businesses have individual assets or large international portfolios, ETS can assist you in saving substantial amounts of money while significantly reducing your carbon performance.

To discuss your requirements, get in touch. You can contact us by calling 0117 205 0542 or drop us an email at

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