ESOS compliance with Energy Data Loggers

Achieving ESOS compliance with Energy Data Loggers

  • 9 Mar 2016

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Organisations can use Energy Data Loggers to monitor energy consumption and make cuts to cost, in accordance with ESOS energy management regulations.

ESOS – the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme – is a compulsory energy assessment and energy saving identification scheme for large organisations.

It requires participants to measure the total energy consumption across their buildings, whilst also taking transport and industrial activities into account.

The scheme also obliges participants to identify cost-effective energy efficiency recommendations by conducting regular energy audits. The organisations must report compliance to the Environment Agency and keep their own records.

ESOS-compliance with Energy Data Loggers

By monitoring energy usage and detecting areas of substantial consumption, Energy Data Loggers can be specified to help users to meet the requirements of ESOS.

The data collected by loggers, such as the Tinytag Energy Logger, can be used to determine how and where energy is used. Long term changes in energy consumption can also be identified, as well as energy usage patterns and opportunities for reduction.

Tinytag Data Loggers

As a portable device, the Tinytag Energy Logger can be used to record single and three phase power usage. Other data loggers in the Tinytag range measure voltage, current, relative humidity, temperature and CO2.

By monitoring the performance of HVAC systems and the efficiency of equipment and building materials, the loggers can identify energy saving opportunities and help to cut costs in line with ESOS.

Gemini Data Loggers,
Scientific House,
Terminus Road,
Chichester,
West Sussex,
United Kingdom,
PO19 8UJ

Phone: 01243 813000
Fax: 01243 531948

Visit Gemini Data Loggers' website

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