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Delphi Chooses Incentive Carbon Management Delphi, the leading global supplier of mobile electronics and transportation systems, has appointed Incentive Carbon Management (ICM) to help it meet the requirements of the EU Energy Efficiency Directive which requires large organisations across Europe to conduct energy audits by December 2015.  In the UK, this law is known as ESOS for which Incentive’s Nick Murphy is a registered energy assessor, so has taken a lead role in assisting Delphi comply in several EU states including Spain, France, Austria and Poland. The first part of the process involved writing and developing a training package, complete with handouts, exercises and a standard report template, to be delivered to Delphi staff so they could conduct energy audits on their sites to the agreed standard, EN16247 – Energy Audits. This requires energy data to be gathered on buildings, processes and transport.  Whilst each EU member state has its own law to implement this, the EN16247 is recognised in all states as being an appropriate tool for achieving compliance.

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Name Delphi Date 09 Aug 2015 Categories consultancy Author Incentive FM Group
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