We aim to deliver the right result for our clients. That’s why we started our programme by finding out about the drivers and barriers to making energy interventions faced by this unique company. Understanding their concerns meant we could deliver recommendations that really fit the way they work.
Our client especially values its reputation. The way the company responds to its environmental responsibilities affects employees and creative teams, visitors, and sponsors. So, failing to meet high-profile obligations, such as ESOS, threaten its ability to deliver on its core goals.
Our task was complex, because the company is a complex organisation, occupying century old multi-use buildings for performances, rehearsals, set building and storage. Its innovative production means that there is constant activity throughout the week.
Our programme of work included the following activities to support ESOS compliance:
- an initial scoping exercise;
- analysis of electricity and gas usage;
- analysis of energy used by transport ;
- data validation;
- identifying opportunities to take advantage of energy and cost savings;
- providing financial cost-benefit analysis of these opportunities;
- a written report summarising all findings;
- support to manage risk due to late compliance; and
- support for completing the online ESOS 55-question compliance notification.