Energy Performance Certificates (EPC) for Domestic and Commercial property

By: Grahame Childs & Company  19/07/2009
Keywords: Energy Assessors, Energy Assessor, Energy Performance Certificate

As part of the global effort to manage energy use and reduce carbon emmisions that contribute towards global warming, recent changes in legislation now mean that all domestic and commercial property (certain exceptions do apply, e.g., places of worship, etc.) require an EPC or Energy Performance Cerificate to be available for interested parties whenever a property is rented, sold or redeveloped. This requirement is policed by Trading Standards officers and failure to provide an appropriate EPC can result in a fine of upto £5k. An EPC will also be required as a further breach will be deemed to have been made if not provided.

Keywords: commercial energy assessment, commercial energy assessor, Energy Assessor, Energy Assessors, Energy Performance Certificate, Non-Domestic Energy Assessor

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