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Inenco Group Ltd

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The dynamics of the Utility Markets present an ongoing challenge to businesses, and are often an unwanted distraction from core activities. Inenco can provide the time and expertise to help you through these issues, either as a standalone resource, or to compliment existing “in- house” facilities. Our expertise covers all energy and utility areas, including electricity, gas, water and telecommunications. Inenco offer a broad range of energy purchasing services, covering all aspects and approaches, with programmes specifically tailored to our clients' requirements. From tariff analysis to bespoke trading & risk management solutions. Energy and Utility invoices have dramatically increased in complexity, often containing thousands of pieces of data. This coupled with the difficulties that many suppliers face in delivering bills accurately and on time places a massive processing burden on business. Energy and utility invoices are notoriously inaccurate, Inenco provide a detailed audit service to verify the accuracy of historical energy and utility invoices, leaving no stone unturned and ensuring that any overpayments are quickly identified and refunded. Inenco provide a complete range of energy and utility metering and data collection solutions, all aimed at putting you back in control of your costs. Meter Operation & Data Collection - HH electricity Advanced Meter Reading (AMR) solutions - NHH electricity Sub metering - energy management, cost allocation & tenant billing Data logging - for other utilities including gas, water, trade effluent About Inenco Based in Lytham St Annes Lancashire, Inenco employs over 140 full time personnel and has a turnover of some £12 million pa. Formed in 1968, Inenco initially focused on energy purchasing and management consultancy for industry, commerce and the public sector. Inenco has since adapted and responded to market changes offering expertise in water purchase, management and disposal; telecommunications; and all aspects of Environmental Consultancy. Inenco is part of AIM listed Spice Plc. Inenco is currently engaged in an expansion programme throughout Europe, and has experience of working in the USA . Today, Inenco is recognised by customers, suppliers and government departments as a market leading independent consultancy. Inenco’s quality systems are certified to the ISO 9001:2000 standard. Inenco provides a unique range of services aimed at managing and reducing clients' energy and utility price, usage and overheads.

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Mr Robin Preston
Ribble House,Ballam Road

Lytham St Annes
Lancashire
FY8 4TS
www.inencogroup.com

Time has run out for businesses in ESOS-SOS

ESOS deadlines must be relaxed by Environment Agency to avoid thousands of businesses facing significant fines

Businesses who have not yet started their Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) compliance will almost certainly miss the 5 December deadline. This is the message from leading energy consultancy Inenco Group, who have announced today that they are no longer taking any new ESOS compliance support orders for completion before the enforceable deadline of 5 December 2015.

Under ESOS, over 10,000 of the UK's largest businesses must conduct a detailed energy audit across their business operations. Inenco's experience working with hundreds of businesses has proved that compliance takes at least two months to complete, partly because of the need to compile and analyse significant data from across business operations. Businesses are risking non-compliance or poor quality audits if they attempt to rush to meet the deadline.

With just 150 businesses currently compliant, the Environment Agency would have to enforce penalties of up to £50,000 to any business that fails to comply. Whilst Inenco is confident that all of its ESOS clients will comply, the consultancy has serious concerns about the ability of 100% of the eligible 10,000 businesses to meet the deadline.
David Cockshott, chief commercial officer at Inenco, said: "There is now serious concern that thousands of businesses will fail to comply in time, risking financial penalties and missing opportunities to reduce energy costs.

"The Environment Agency must accept that enforcement needs to be relaxed to recognise those businesses partway through the process who underestimated the length of time required to complete. ESOS is a major opportunity for businesses to assess their energy reduction potential, and we won't compromise on the quality of audit or recommendations."


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