Our carbon neutral journey with Auditel
Control Energy Costs are delighted to be partnering with Auditel to help them on the road to becoming Verified Carbon Neutral compliant with ISO14064.
Our Compliance & Sustainability Director, Chris Ellis, comments. “Control Energy Costs are utility procurement specialists providing businesses with the tools to make informed purchasing decisions.
We have been guiding clients for over 40 years with our impartial, honest and transparent advice on how to buy and use less energy and water. From our two offices, Redhill and Worcester, Control Energy Costs support all manner of business from large industrial users to high street chains.
We have been appointed by Chambers of Commerce and trade associations to work with their members to ensure they are benefiting from the optimum market rate for all utilities.
We offer a full invoice validation service, along with energy consumption reporting and monitoring via our client portal. Our range extends to site works (new installations, metering etc.), compliance (ESOS, SECR etc.) and renewable energy projects such as solar PV. It is a comprehensive offering designed to meet the financial pressure that businesses face, as well as providing environmental accountability.
Why are we going Net Zero?
"Control Energy Costs are strong believers in reducing carbon emissions and understand the need to identify our footprint and impact. Our key objective is to reduce our carbon emissions and become carbon neutral once this exercise is complete. Our carbon reporting will be compliant with ISO14064.
Most businesses are aware of their environmental responsibilities so we would like to extend this to our clients.
We will be sharing our experience with them and encourage them to take a similar path.”
Working with Control Energy Costs on their carbon management project is an absolute pleasure. The team have fully engaged in the process and have shown the highest level of commitment to achieving a quality carbon footprint report across their entire scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions.