Are you are one of the companies who haven’t started yet, or are you still at the early stages of the process? If so, don’t waste your precious remaining time with spreadsheets, there are a number of software solutions out there which can aid you in collecting, analysing and storing the data you need.
If you’re not sure what the data requirement for ESOS are check out the blog I wrote for 2Degrees back in April: “The dos and don’ts of managing the data requirements of ESOS.”
While, my latest Blog at 2Degrees gives you 5 ‘time saving’ reasons on why when it comes to ESOS you should skip the spreadsheets: “ESOS: 5 Reasons to Skip the spreadsheets”
Sign up for tomorrow’s webinar here: ESOS 4 Months To Go: Software Vs Spreadsheets, Wednesday 5th August 2015, 2-2.45pm.
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Posted : June 17, 2015 by Michael Pollock
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I recently blogged on 2Degrees about the dos and don’ts of managing ESOS data requirements, which you can read here: https://www.2degreesnetwork.com/groups/2degrees-community/resources/dos-and-donts-managing-data-requirements-esos/. As everyone is focused on the practicalities of ESOS data collection and auditing, it may have passed the attention of some that there is a requirement to keep an evidence pack for 12 years! […]
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Posted : April 21, 2015 by Suzanne
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Posted : April 2, 2015 by Edwina
We’ve recently had the pleasure of being involved with the creation of the latest IET (Institute of Engineering Technology) technical briefing. Covering the “Challenges and Opportunities of Data-Driven Systems for Building, Community and City-Scale Applications”, it was right up our street. Our R&D department invests a third of our turnover in looking to the future: […]