Are there opportunities to implement ESOS recommendations on a ‘share of savings’ basis?
Some companies offer a ‘shared savings’ energy efficiency scheme, whereby the upfront cost of an energy saving project is covered by the supplier or a third party financing company. The customer then repays the cost through an agreed percentage of the energy savings achieved. The idea is that energy efficiency projects can be cost neutral for an organisation in the short term, and in the long term they benefit from lower energy bills. Your Lead Assessor may have a similar offer or be able to recommend a company that offers such a scheme.