Compliance and Risk Management
Anthesis can support your business to ensure energy and carbon compliance within the markets that your business operates. We have specialist consultants located across the world who are able to support and advize to ensure compliance with national schemes.
Through detailed energy reporting we outline the optimal route to compliance and support our clients through the design, install and optimization of new or existing energy systems. Below are just some of the regulations and standards which we’ve helped our clients meet.
We provide Display Energy Certificates and Advisory Reports for public buildings. All public buildings with a floor area exceeding 250m2 that are frequently visited by the public require a Display Energy Certificate (DEC).
The Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) is a mandatory energy assessment scheme in the UK, requiring large organizations to undertake energy audits every four years. ESOS is driven by the EU Energy Efficiency Directive so there are equivalent schemes to undertake efficiency audits across all EU member states. The scheme incorporates all organizational energy consumption from buildings, processes and transport.
The Heat Network Regulations apply to all businesses and individuals that supply and charge for heating, cooling or hot water via a liquid distribution system. We help organizations understand and meet these Regulations.
The Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) scheme requires all large UK registered companies to report on their energy consumption, GHG emissions and energy intensity within their annual report. The SECR scheme was introduced in April 2019 to replace and simplify reporting requirements of the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) scheme.
The Energy Company Obligation (ECO) is a government energy efficiency scheme in Great Britain to help reduce carbon emissions and tackle fuel poverty. The legislation places an obligation on energy suppliers of a certain size to meet carbon reduction and fuel saving targets within a given period.
In 2016 the Government of Canada announced a national price on carbon with the Pan-Canadian Approach to Pricing Carbon Pollution (the benchmark) to ensure that carbon pricing applies to a broad set of emission sources throughout Canada.