ESOS: what to do after your audit

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If you’re in scope for ESOS you will by now have had you’re audit, you may well be looking at a list of recommendations but not really know where to start, how to move from concept to project implementation or to prioritise the recommendations and determine potential costs and savings.

Our Energy Services team have an insider’s understanding of ESOS and energy audits and what these mean in practical terms for UK manufacturers, we have put together a three-step guide  ESOS – what to do after your audit whitepaper to help start putting those recommendations in place and to get the most from your investment into your audit.

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