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Content Coms delivers ongoing carbon compliance content for new industry advice hub

Content Coms has been chosen by leading energy and utilities consultancy – BIU – to deliver ongoing, energy-focused content for a brand new, online advisory ‘hub’.

The Energy Advice Hub will be a ‘go-to’ resource for independent advice, news and information on energy legislation and compliance, as well as other carbon reduction drivers. It was conceived in response to a complex and changing set of energy laws that UK firms must now comply with.

BIU is the UK’s leading energy and utility consultancy. The company’s Commercial Director Anthony Mayall approached Content Coms with a clear objective: to connect with – and inform – companies of all shapes, and sizes from a range sectors of a range of energy compliance and reporting issues.

The Energy Advice Hub, which went live in September 2018, is choc-full of original content focused on impending carbon reporting legislation as well as energy efficiency best practice.

The site was built by Content Coms’ partners, the Bristol-based digital agency Lightbulb. Project management, ‘go-live’ content, SEO and content curation has been delivered by Content Coms’ specialist energy team.

A particular area of focus of the Hub is the government’s new reporting programme SECR (Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting) that will replace the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme. Large employers will also be expected to comply with Phase 2 of ESOS (Energy Saving Opportunities Scheme), the government’s flagship energy efficiency initiative. In addition, the government is also in the process of moving from compensation to exemption for businesses categorised as Energy Intensive Industries (EII) – a move which is set to impact the bills of all UK companies. The Energy Advice Hub will provide regular updates and guidance on all of these changes as they become law.

Learn more by visiting the Energy Advice Hub.

Content Coms is a specialist in energy issues affecting the built environment, industry and the commercial world.

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