Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS)

DEFINITION: A Government policy which calls for mandatory energy audits in the UK. It requires all companies with more than 250 employees or a turnover of more than €50m to produce detailed reports on their energy use and efficiency every four years.

See also: Sustainability report

See also: ISO 50001

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