Award winning food and drink manufacturer, Aston Manor Cider wanted to go beyond the ‘compliance only’ route when conducting phase 1 Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS).
Multinational retailer, NEXT PLC, used ESOS as a useful benchmark to review their well established energy management processes and find opportunities for further improvement.
Congratulations to VANDERLANDE which has gained certification to the ISO 50001 standard for energy management following a four day audit in December 2017.
The Savoy Hotel recognised the need to ensure clarity in the cost savings aspect of their billing after carrying out a full energy efficient technology re-fit.
ESOS is UK legislation that requires all large enterprises to audit their energy performance and identify energy opportunities every four years – this applies to all businesses and not-for-profit organisations with 250+ employees (or) €50m+ turnover and a €43m+ balance sheet.
JRP reviewed Bristol Water’s overall strategy and structure, considered the best practical way to comply and to get the most out of ISO 50001 and then worked with the organisation to agree the optimum approach and prioritise implementation. Actions that saved energy and costs were prioritised.
Annual energy savings of 17,560 MWh or 12.5% of the total energy consumption were identified, the equivalent to £1.05 million per year.
JRP’s ESOS audit of Europcar identified where over £270,000 savings could be made each year. The capital investment required for these projects was £215,000, with an average payback of between 3 months and 1 year.