Designed to comply with the 2012 European Energy Efficiency Directive, ESOS is one of the key requirements set out by the EU, establishing a set of binding measures to help meet its 20% energy saving target for 2020.
Businesses which qualify for ESOS must carry out assessments every four years, with the first to be completed by the end of 2015.
The independent information set out in Mitsubishi Electric’s guide has been compiled to outline the measures for success in the scheme and to show companies how they can comply with the legislation.
The CPD-certified guide can be downloaded at Mitsubishi Electric’s document library.
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