Do you have what it takes to become an ESOS Lead Assessor?

Do you have what it takes to become an ESOS Lead Assessor? ESOS Lead Assessors play a fundamental role in the ESOS cycle by ensuring that organisations/clients complete their ESOS compliance project to budget and by its deadline. As the ESOS compliance deadline is looming closer (5th December 2019), the demand for these skilled professionals […]

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Five areas to focus on in 2018

Five areas to focus on in 2018 Welcome to 2018. Summing up and reviewing 2017 is so last year, so here are the five energy management issues you will find yourselves focusing on this year. 1. Changes to the Business Energy Efficiency Taxation Landscape A surprising number of energy managers will not have even heard […]


Will Energy Taxes be in the next Budget?

Will Energy Taxes be in the next Budget? By Rupert Redesdale It has been a running complaint amongst energy managers that there is a great deal of duplication of work linked to meeting the reporting obligations of the Carbon Reduction Commitment (C RC) and Green House Gas emissions (GHG). The Chancellor announced last summer that […]


The Gap in Generation Capacity.

The Gap in Generation Capacity. By Rupert Redesdale, CEO of the Energy Managers Association The energy gap, the difference between generating capacity and demand should not be a surprise; it has been predicted for years. The surprise is that nothing has been done to fill the gap. Britain’s energy  rating has been downgraded from AAA […]


The 2015 EMA Private Sector Energy Management Awards Shortlist announced

The 2015 EMA Private Sector Energy Management Awards Shortlist announced The EMA Private Sector Energy Management Awards shortlist includes excellent representation of energy management and it celebrates energy managers, energy management projects, products, services and companies across many sectors. The winners and highly commended will be announced and presented with a certificate at EMA Private […]