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ENGIE to provide combined energy and services for Grant Thornton

Services covered by ENGIE’s long-standing FM contract with leading accountancy consultants Grant Thornton have been extended to include energy, through ENGIE Assure – which guarantees a minimum 5% reduction in energy costs each year. This is achieved through a comprehensive range of innovative energy efficiency and optimisation measures.


Non-Domestic Energy Performance Certificates

An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC), rates how energy efficient a building is. The certificate will tell you three key pieces of information: firstly, it will grade the building for efficiency from A to G (A is the most efficient grade); secondly it will give suggestions for improving the efficiency of the building; and finally, give an indication to the potential rating of the building if the suggested improvements take place.


Reasons to start ESOS phase 2 now

The deadline for ESOS Phase 2 is 5th December 2019. Although this deadline is over 20 months away, TEAM’s Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme’s lead assessor, Justine Grant, gives 7 reasons why you should start now.


Making the most of ESOS

JRP Solutions gathered a host of information to help you with your ESOS compliance journey.