Energy Conscious Organisations

EnCO aims to engage, equip and empower organisations and energy professionals to enable significant energy savings through people. 

The EnCO initiative integrates employee engagement with technical opportunities to reduce energy consumption, costs and carbon emissions to accelerate the journey to net zero emissions.

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Looking for a way to reach your net zero goals?

Becoming an EnCO is a great place to start.

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Energy or Sustainability Professionals

Looking to contribute towards the net zero goals of other organisations?

Become an EnCO Practitioner.

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Behaviour change is a vital element of the energy efficiency across the economy needed on the road to net zero, often at lower cost than installation of physical measures or improving the savings of installed measures. There is evidence that Lead Assessors and Energy Auditors may not be fully considering behaviour change as an important opportunity to reduce both energy bills and emissions. 

Therefore, there is a pressing need for upskilling in this area as assessors prepare for the next ESOS Phase. The Energy Conscious Organisation (EnCO) online training course has been designed to equip Lead Assessors and energy auditors to identify and implement behavioural opportunities. The course is run on a not-for-profit basis by the Energy Services and Technology Association (ESTA) and the Energy Institute. It also provides CPD relevant to the continued learning that ESOS Lead Assessors should be doing to keep their knowledge up to date.

Gary Shanahan
Head of Business and Industrial Energy Efficiency, Tax and Reporting
BEIS – Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

The EnCO Training Course dates for 2022

27 January | 10 February | 24 February | 10 March

7 April | 28 April | 12 May | 26 May

30 June | 14 July | 28 July | 11 August

6 October | 20 October | 3 November | 17 November