Public Building Energy Assessment

From this year (2013) public buildings of more than 500 square metres of floor-space need to have a Display Energy Certificates (DECs) setting out their annual carbon dioxide emissions and comparing their energy efficiency to properties of the same kind.

Why do I need an Energy Performance Certificate?

Why do I need an Energy Performance Certificate? As of 6th April 2012 an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) must be commissioned before marketing your property for sale or rent, whether it is residential or commercial.

EPCs for Domestic Solar Photo-Voltaic (PV)

On top of any money you save by generating your own free energy, there is now an even greater incentive with Feed-in Tariffs (FiTs).

Commercial Energy Performance Certificate

A Commercial Energy Performance Certificate or (EPC) is required by Law if selling or leasing a building, Some buildings are Exempt; Places of Worship Temporary structures with a planned use less than 2 years Stand alone properties with under 50m2 useable floor space Properties due for demolition with a demolition order in place Low energy demand properties e.

Home Energy Assessment

All Properties require an EPC when offered for sale or let.

EPCs for Commercial Solar Photo-Voltaic (PV)

Reduce bills and receive payment for unused energy .

Building Energy Performance Assessor

An Energy Assessor is able to advice on cost saving measures to your home or business once a DEC or EPC has been completed.

Public Building Energy Assessment

Public Building Energy Assessment
From this year (2013) public buildings of more than 500 square metres of floor-space need to have a Display Energy Certificates (DECs) setting out their annual carbon dioxide emissions and comparing their energy efficiency to properties of the same kind. The Advisory Report details a range of possible measures that... Read More... Public Building Energy Assessment
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