We work with companies in the iron and steel, cement and lime, paper, glass, ceramics and chemicals industries, all of which are included in the EU ETS scheme.
Our team can advise on energy efficiency products and services projects, together with expected pay-back period.
Our monitoring and management energy efficiency products can be incorporated into the business to help reduce emissions.
Our team of expert advisors are on hand to help our clients to develop robust energy efficiency strategies.
The European Union Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) is an EU policy to combat climate change.
It’s a key tool for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in a cost effective manner and the world’s largest and first carbon market.
Over 11,000 power stations and plants are included, with around 1,000 of these being in the UK. Some organisations such as hospitals and universities may also be covered depending on the equipment they have on site.
The EU ETS places a cap on the amount of greenhouse gases that can be produced by participants by giving them a set allowance. This can be traded, auctioned off or sometimes allocated for free.
CO2 emissions must be monitored and reported and handed into the relevant authorities to be tracked. If a company exceeds its allowance, they can purchase more. Likewise if they have reduced their emissions down, they can sell the left over credits.
We have a team of dedicated Carbon Consultants and Data Analysts who can provide your company with first class service and support.
Our expert team will:
Take complete care of EU ETS Management for you, giving you the time to concentrate on running your business.
Provide you with essential guidance and support.
Interpret the legislation for you, helping you to be clear on what your organisation needs to do to comply.
Inform you on any legislative changes that may affect your organisation.
Help you to become more energy efficient which can reduce your consumption, lower your carbon emissions, and cut costs.
Provide you with peace of mind and reassurance that your organisation’s compliance is in safe hands.
Learn more about how we can support your EU ETS compliance efforts.
EU ETS covers 11,000 factories, power stations and other installations.
All 28 EU member states plus Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein take part.
By 2020 the EU ETS hopes to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 20% compared to those in 1990.
The EU hopes the trading scheme will improve energy efficiency by 20% by 2020.
Utilitywise works with many of Ireland’s leading business energy suppliers to negotiate the deals that best suit your business requirements, including: