Registered energy service providers
- Department of Energy & Climate Change
- Part of:
- Energy demand reduction in industry, business and the public sector
- First published:
- 12 June 2014
This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
List of organisations who maintain a register of energy service providers.
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The energy services market in the UK is growing and the government is committed to supporting its on-going development as part of the implementation of the UK Energy Efficiency Strategy. Growth of the UK’s energy service market will help the UK use less energy, support improvements in business productivity, and help consumers to save money.
Already, schemes like Salix (offering loans to public sector organisations for energy efficiency improvement) and RE:FIT (which facilitates the public sector use of the ESCO market) in the public sector are helping to grow the energy services market in the UK. At the same time, the UK Green Investment Bank is driving progress in the private sector by stimulating the green economy, and connecting demand for energy efficiency measures with available finance.
Today the government has made publicly available a list of registered energy service providers, in accordance with Article 18 of the 2012 EU Energy Efficiency Directive.
The list is not exhaustive and will continue to grow as the UK energy services market grows. The government would like to invite registration bodies to submit details of their accredited members by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
Over the summer, the government will publish a model contract for energy performance contracting, contract guidance notes, and a best practice guide to energy performance contracting.
The publication of these documents will further support the development of the UK energy services market, as we look to create the right environment so that businesses of all shapes and sizes can enter the market.
Published: 12 June 2014