Energy Management

Energy Management

Empowering sustainable energy solutions with our comprehensive consultancy services

Complete energy management support.

We have a highly qualified and experienced team of energy management consultants to help organisations navigate the complex landscape of energy management and sustainability. Our in-house team of professional energy consultants offers a suite of services designed to support your energy and sustainability needs, ensuring you get the most out of your energy management framework, energy schemes and initiatives.

Our energy management consulting domains include:

  • Energy Management: With the expertise of our energy consulting engineers and analysts, we support the optimisation of our customers energy management frameworks.
  • Net Zero and Carbon Reduction: Define, shape, and monitor a carbon reduction strategy tailored to your operational needs and challenges. Services include carbon reduction strategy, carbon auditing, carbon neutrality, carbon offsetting, and energy behaviour change programs.
  • Energy Certificates and Compliance: Navigating the complexities of compliance with our guidance on and certification delivery and reporting.

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Our approach is data-driven and methodical, ensuring that every Net Zero and Carbon Reduction strategy we develop and project we deliver is backed by solid data and industry expertise. Whether you are looking to achieve Net Zero, improve energy efficiency, or ensure compliance, our team is here to guide you every step of the way.

Discover how TEAM Energy can empower your organisation to make informed, strategic decisions about energy management and sustainability. Let’s work together to create a more sustainable future.

Our Energy Management Services

Available Supply Capacity (ASC)

Optimise Available Supply in line with your Maximum Demand and reduce your energy spend.

Commercial Energy Audits and Surveys

Identify waste and improve your operations to make energy and water efficiencies, reduce emissions and make cost savings.

ISO50001 Energy Management System

Become a leader in energy management, reduce energy consumption and cost, and meet legislative requirements.

Measurement and Verification (M&V)

A comprehensive Measurement and Verification Service (M&V) for energy efficiency and renewable energy schemes. 

MOP DC DA Contract Selection

Our vendor selection service can benefit organisations looking to understand their consumption data and metering portfolio.

Targeted Charging Review (TCR)

To mitigate the impact of the TCR charges, organisations should look to review their Available Supply Capacity.

Meet our Consultancy team

Our in-house, professional, energy consultancy team are the independent experts behind our suite of energy management services. Each consultant has the breadth of skills, cross departmental expertise and sector experience to support your energy and sustainability needs. They offer a variety of professional energy services designed to help you get the most out of energy schemes and initiatives.

How we can help

As an end-to-end sustainability consultancy, we can help with with anything from your net zero strategy, compliance and legislation, commercial energy audits, certifications, and scalable energy and carbon reporting.

Sigma Energy Management Software

Sigma energy and carbon management software will optimise your energy management and sustainability strategy with a structured, co-ordinated and integrated approach.

Energy Management Services

Our energy and carbon reduction consultancy provides comprehensive end-to-end energy management support through a range of professional services.

Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) Compliance

We are currently in Phase 3 of the scheme with audits  needing to be completed and reported to the Environment Agency by 5 December 2023. Get in touch for a free quote.

Targeted Charging Review (TCR)

Depending on their available capacity organisations could see significant increases to their bills as a result of the new charging model.We can help you understand it's impact and reduce any charges by adjusting your available supply capacity.

Energy Certificates

Stay up to date with your energy performance and compliance certifications including TM44s, EPCs and DECs with our team of highly qualified in-house energy management and sustainability consultants.

Compliance Management

As experts in data, energy and reporting we can support you to achieve your compliance in line with legislative requirements. You can rely on our specialist consultants to offer independent technical advice tailored to your organisation.

Energy Management FAQ’s

Energy management is the strategic evaluation and rational use of energy resources to ensure sustainability, reliability, and cost-effectiveness. It encompasses a broad range of practices, from monitoring energy consumption to implementing advanced technologies and processes designed to reduce energy waste and enhance efficiency.

At its core, energy management is about understanding how energy is used within a system, be it a building, an industrial plant, or an entire city and finding ways to optimise this usage. The goal is to achieve a balance between the energy demands and the environmental impact, all while maintaining or improving comfort and productivity.

Through effective energy management, organisations can achieve significant cost savings, reduce their carbon footprint, and contribute to a more sustainable future.

An energy management consultant helps organisations reduce carbon emissions and optimise energy consumption. They collect data, conduct energy audits and surveys, design solutions, develop and support energy management frameworks, monitor projects, and provide recommendations. Their goal is to enhance energy efficiency, reduce emissions, support compliance and energy management certification in line with environmental regulations.

Our Energy Management Consulting team is comprised of highly qualified and certified professionals with a wealth of experience in the energy sector. Our energy management consultants, engineers at heart, hold prestigious qualifications such as Chartered Energy Engineer and professional accreditations like CIBSE Accredited Low Carbon Consultant, Accredited Air Conditional Energy Assessors, Accredited Commercial EPC Energy Assessor, and ESOS Lead Assessor. They bring years of hands-on experience, having worked on significant projects, across a diverse range of sectors, driving consumption savings, carbon emissions reduction, and setting up internal energy management frameworks.

Our consultants are not only equipped with the technical know-how but also bring a data-driven approach to energy management. They have led and supported multiple energy projects, including Net Zero and Carbon Reduction Strategy development, ESOS Audits, Environmental Reporting, Energy Monitoring and Targeting, compliance, and ISO 50001 framework design and implementation. Their experience and our honed project methodologies and delivery frameworks are defined to monetisation strategy with a commitment to innovation.

At TEAM Energy, we pride ourselves on the depth and breadth of our energy management consultants’ expertise, which is a cornerstone of the value we provide to our customers.

Energy management services encompass a range of solutions aimed at reducing costs, optimising energy usage, and enhancing sustainability for businesses.

These services can include actions such as:

  • Monitoring and validating monthly energy bills to track consumption patterns.
  • Upgrading to energy-efficient technologies like LED lighting or high-efficiency HVAC systems.
  • Implementing energy-saving practices and processes to reduce waste.
  • Utilising energy management software to predict future energy usage and plan budgets.
  • Investing in renewable energy sources and improvements for clean energy consumption.

In essence, energy management services help organisations manage their energy usage more effectively, identify energy-saving opportunities, conserve consumption, and reduce carbon emissions. It is a comprehensive approach that not only helps in cutting costs but also contributes to environmental sustainability.

A Certified Energy Management Consultant is a professional who has undergone specialised training, education, and certification to provide expert advice and guidance on energy efficiency, management, and sustainability.

ISO 50001 is an international energy management standard developed by the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO). It provides a practical framework for organisations to improve energy use through the development of an Energy Management System (EnMS). Organisations use ISO 50001 to create an EnMS that integrates energy management into their overall efforts to improve quality and environmental management.

ISO 50001 management frameworks are supported by sustainability and energy management software solutions which are designed to help organisations develop a policy for more efficient use of energy, set targets and objectives, use data to make decisions about energy use, measure results, review policies, and continually improve energy management.

Our team of energy management experts are here to supporting your journey to ISO 50001 certification, providing tailored solutions to meet your unique needs, and ensuring a sustainable and efficient energy future for your organisation.

Sustainable energy management involves optimising energy use, promoting renewable sources, and minimising waste to create a more efficient and environmentally responsible approach to energy consumption. By adopting energy-efficient practices, conserving resources, transitioning to renewables, and managing carbon emissions, organisations contribute to a greener future while enhancing their own bottom line.

Energy management is a critical practice that encompasses efficient utilisation of energy resources, reduction of wastage, and adoption of sustainable alternatives.

Energy management is crucial for several reasons:

  • Risk management – The risks associated with rising energy prices and inefficient energy use include reputation damage, price volatility and operating cost risks, supply chain risks, energy security and climate change risk. Effective energy management is a core component of an effective risk management strategy.
  • Cost Reduction: It helps organisations reduce energy costs, which is increasingly important as energy prices rise. Energy efficiency improvements offset these costs, making energy-efficient organisations less vulnerable to future price increases. Energy efficiency improvements deliver ongoing financial benefits. The return on investment for these projects improves as energy prices increase.
  • Environmental Protection: By conserving energy, we can reduce carbon emissions that contribute to global warming.
  • Innovation: It fosters innovation in developing new technologies and methods for efficient energy use.
  • Energy Security: Proper energy management leads to a more secure and resilient energy future by reducing dependence on external energy sources.
  • Operational Efficiency: It can improve operational efficiency by optimising the use of energy in production and other processes. Improvements in energy productivity are often accompanied by improvements in the use of materials, water and other resources. Energy efficiency actions can foresee problems before they occur and reduce the load and operating hours of machinery and equipment. This can improve production uptime, reduce labour and equipment costs, and extend the useful life of assets.
  • Reputational benefits – Public perception is an important consideration for many organisations. A responsible approach to energy management can demonstrate good corporate citizenship and attract investors.

Energy management and Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) are closely intertwined. ESG reporting now includes energy efficiency and sustainability initiatives, impacting a company’s valuation and attracting investor capital.

The key challenges in energy management are multifaceted and span various aspects, including:

  • Sustainability: Ensuring energy consumption is balanced with environmental conservation and future resource availability.
  • Renewable Energy: Expanding the quality and quantity of renewable energy sources to reduce dependence on fossil fuels. The UK has been making significant strides in the decarbonisation of its electricity grid.
  • Environmental Impact: Mitigating the negative effects of energy production and use on the global environment.
  • Rising Costs: Dealing with the continuous increase in energy prices.
  • Energy Security: Ensuring a resilient supply of energy to prevent disruptions.
  • Regulatory Compliance: Navigating complex and evolving regulations related to emissions and climate change at multiple levels.
  • Price Volatility: Managing the fluctuations in energy prices that can impact budgeting and planning.
  • Technological Integration: Incorporating new technologies into existing systems while maintaining reliability and efficiency.
  • Infrastructure: Modernising aging infrastructure to improve efficiency and accommodate new energy sources. Investment in infrastructure that consumes less power, such as LED lighting, high-efficiency HVAC systems, and energy-efficient appliances.
  • Organisational Structure: Adapting organisational structures to be more agile in response to energy challenges.
  • Supply Chain: Managing the complexity of the energy supply chain, from production to end-user.
  • Climate Change: Addressing the broader challenges posed by climate change, which is both affected by and an influencer of energy management practices.
  • Reliability and Quality: Ensuring that energy systems are reliable and provide high-quality energy to meet consumer demands.

These challenges require a coordinated approach that includes technological innovation, policy development, and changes in behaviour to create a more sustainable and secure energy future.

Energy management strategies are essential for optimising energy use and promoting sustainability. Here are some of the key strategies:

  • Baselining: Baselining your carbon footprint is the process of measuring the total greenhouse gases produced by your activities or by an organisation, which serves as a reference point for future reduction efforts. It’s a critical first step in any carbon management strategy, as it allows you to:
    • Understand the dimensions of your footprint and inform decision-making across key areas such as procurement, product design, and logistics.
    • Identify opportunities to reduce emissions in your operations, products, and value chain.

This process, also known as ‘carbon accounting’, typically includes Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions, covering direct emissions from owned or controlled sources, indirect emissions from the generation of purchased energy, and all other indirect emissions that occur in an organisations value chain.

  • Planning: Developing a comprehensive plan that outlines objectives, targets, and actions to manage energy use effectively and reduce carbon emissions.
  • Conservation: Implementing measures to reduce energy consumption and waste.
  • Analysis: Regularly analysing energy data to identify trends, inefficiencies, and opportunities for improvement.
  • Negotiation: Engaging with energy suppliers to secure renewable energy supplies, favourable rates, and terms.
  • Tracking and Measurement: Monitoring and targeting energy usage to ensure compliance with plans and to measure progress towards goals.
  • Reporting: Documenting and communicating energy performance to stakeholders.
  • Control and Implementation: Executing energy management plans and controlling energy use through technology and behaviour change.
  • Renewable Energy: Investment in on site renewables generation like solar panels and wind turbines.

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