Display Energy Certificates (DEC)

A Display Energy Certificate (DEC) shows the energy performance of a building, based on the Operational Rating (OR), on a graphical scale from A (very efficient) to G (least efficient).

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Energy Performance Certificates (EPC)

An Energy Performance Certificate is a legal requirement whenever a property is built, sold or rented.
Since October 2008, legislation has made it illegal to market a property without a valid EPC.

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Air Conditioning (TM44)

Air conditioning inspections are a legal requirement under the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD). This legislation is designed to improve the energy efficiency of public and commercial buildings, and reduce carbon emissions.

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Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS)

Under the Energy Act 2011, from April 2018 onwards, there will be amendments made to the EPC requirements for property owners, under the name of the Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS), also known as the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES).

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Energy Saving Opportunity Scheme (ESOS)

The Energy Saving Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) is UK legislation (based on article 8 of the EU Energy Directive) which mandates nearly 10,000 organisations in the UK to audit their estates to establish opportunities for savings in energy.

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Energy Companies Obligation (ECO)

The Energy Companies Obligation (ECO) was introduced in 2013 to legally make large energy suppliers deliver energy to domestic energy users.

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Green Deal

The Green Deal is a scheme that can help you make energy saving improvements to your home or business

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ISO 50001

ISO 50001 is the international standard for energy management systems, specifying what is required by companies in order to improve and maintain their Energy Management System (EnMS) for a building.

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Part L (off plan)

‘Part L’ is a form of legislation concerned with increasing the efficiency of buildings in the future. It involves testing the compliances for all newly built commercial buildings, in order to ensure less carbon is used in the future.

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ESOS


It is a mandatory energy assessment and energy savings identification scheme for UK organisations.


Air Conditioning


Beware:

If you don’t get your air conditioning inspected every 5 years, you will be fined £300.


DEC


The penalty for failure to display a DEC is £500 and a further £1000 for failure to obtain an Advisory Report.


EPC


An Energy Performance Certificate is a legal requirement for any property whether it is being leased, rented or sold.


ECO


The Energy Companies Obligation (ECO) was introduced in 2013, it runs alongside the Green Deal.

Green Deal


The Green Deal is a scheme that can help you make energy saving improvements to your home or business.

ISO 50001


ISO 50001 enables your business to continually reduce energy use, energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions.

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