Sycous experts provide guidance for how energy monitoring can help organisations achieve ESG commitments.
As organisation’s may or may not be aware, many recommendations from the Taskforce on Climate-related Financial Disclosures will become mandatory in the UK for many traded companies, banks, insurers and private companies with over 500 employees and over £500m in turnover.
This means for organisations with a large property portfolio there will be increasing requirement to improve the monitoring of energy consumption and proactively address findings to fulfil ESG (Environmental and Social Governance) targets.
These requirements will be coming affect from April 2022, with the aim of ensuring organisations are authentic on their promises of tackling climate change and meeting net-zero targets.
Sycous industry experts Odessa Ahmed (Business Development Manager) and Lloyd King (Meter and Data Systems Support) provide a complete breakdown for organisations navigating these requirements. The session also looks at how IoT energy monitoring can be used effectively across large property estates, providing useful insights, compliance and improvement, as well as offering opportunities for added value without high implementation cost, or disruptive installation.