Commercial Energy Performance Certificates (EPC) were introduced to help improve the energy efficiency of buildings.
If you are selling or renting a Commercial building you now need a certificate by law. You also require by law a certificate if you are having solar panels fitted and a rating of "D" or greater is needed to achieve the full "feed in tariff".
A commercial EPC provides an energy rating for a building which is based on the performance potential of that building. Services such as lighting, heating and ventilation are taken into account as well as the way in which these services are controlled. The now industry standard A - G energy rating given on the certificate will reflect the intrinsic energy performance standard of the building relative to a benchmark. This rating could then be used by potential buyers or tenants to make comparisons between properties. The commercial epc is accompanied by a secondary report that provides recommendations on how the energy performance of the building could be enhanced, together with an indication of the payback period. These recommendations are provided in four categories relating to the payback period.
Like domestic assessments our assessors are trained to the highest of standards to assess the recommendation report and amend recommendations where appropriate. This makes the report much more suitable to your specific needs. Our experience in commercial property and energy assessment methods allows us to offer the very best and most up to date information.
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