Leicestershire based, Elmhurst Energy, a leading UK provider of energy assessment software and services has acquired BRE Global’s Energy Assessors Scheme. The deal marks the start of a long term strategic partnership between the two organisations. Stephen O’Hara, Managing Director for Elmhurst Energy said: “Given BRE Global’s reputation in the industry, I am delighted to be working together with them. We are thrilled to welcome many new energy assessors to our accreditation scheme. Our key
Elmhurst Energy acquires BRE Global’s Energy Assessors Schemes Leicestershire based, Elmhurst Energy, a leading UK provider of energy assessment software and services has acquired BRE Global’s Energy Assessors Scheme. The deal marks the start of a long term strategic partnership between the two organisations. Stephen O’Hara, Managing Director for Elmhurst Energy said: “Given BRE Global’s reputation in the industry, I am delighted to be working together with them. We are thrilled to welcome many
Our Register of ESOS Approved Assessors What is ESOS? ESOS is the government’s new energy-saving initiative introduced in response to the EU’s Energy Efficiency Directive. It is aimed at what it describes as “large undertakings” – firms with more than 250 employees or a turnover of more than €50m (around £39.5m) and a balance sheet exceeding €43m at 31 December 2014. Find out more about ESOS here. How it works - the process ESOS assessments must be carried
In February 2013 the Prime Minister launched the UK’s Energy Efficiency Strategy. The Energy Efficiency Strategy represented a step change. It was the first strategy of its type by any UK Government. It identified that energy efficiency is in everyone’s interest. It can help businesses become more competitive It can help reduce energy bills It can make our homes more comfortable And can
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Our new manifesto which seeks to raise the profile of energy efficiency within Government and keep energy assessors at the heart of new policy was launched to an audience of nearly 200 at Elmhurst’s Conference on 18th September. Please use this link to read the manifesto and share if you agree. Click here to print A4 printable version.
Solihull based eTech Solutions Limited has confirmed that it will be exhibiting at the one day Elmhurst Energy Conference in Milton Keynes on the 18th September. The event which is aimed at energy and sustainability professionals, will discuss all aspects of new legislation, regulations and the skills required to operate efficiently in the fast-changing Energy marketplace, and will feature a number of high profile speakers. Stewart McRae, Sales and Marketing Director at eTech said –
There may be partial funding available for training courses in Scotland through the Low Carbon Skills Fund operated through Skills Development Scotland (SDS). The application for funding requires to be made to SDS and approved by them prior to booking the training with Elmhurst. Our understanding is that 50% of the cost up to a maximum of £500 can be provided for eligible training and that companies can claim up to 25 episodes of training.
Phase 3 of the Scottish Government’s Green Homes Cashback scheme closed on 13 August because funding has been fully allocated. The Energy Saving Trust is now operating a waiting list for any customers who are still interested in registering their details to be issued with a voucher should further funding become available. Funding may become available as unclaimed vouchers begin to expire but we cannot guarantee that any further funding will become available or that
Households can now get a clear idea of the payments they could receive if they install a renewable heating system, thanks to a new online service. By tapping a few details about their property into the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) calculator, people can see instantly how much money they may be paid through the scheme, according to what type of renewable heating system they install. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Climate Change, Amber Rudd MP