Commercial EPC

Commercial EPC
Do I need a commercial EPC?

An Energy Performance Certificate is only required for a commercial property when a building is constructed, sold or rented out.

What if I don't have a commercial EPC when I should?

Building control and trading standards divisions of local authorities are responsible for ensuring that, when required, buildings have an Energy Performance Certificate.

Commercial heating checklist

This straight forward checklist will help you carry out a basic energy efficiency survey of your commercial property. Use it to assess whether you should upgrade any of your systems.

Reducing Business Energy Usage

Buildings account for almost half of the energy consumption and carbon emissions in the UK.

The heating and hot water used in your building can amount to half of all your energy costs. Most businesses have rising energy costs. If you use energy efficiently in your business, you can save money, save energy, stay competitive and reduce carbon emissions from your building.

The attached booklet gives businesses advice on heating and hot water systems and their controls. It covers:
• Boilers
• Space Heating systems
• Water heaters and hot water systems.

Renewable Energy - A Buyer's Guide

An introduction to Renewable Energy from the Energy Saving Trust. The pros and cons of each type currently available, approximate costs and savings are also shown. Renewables discussed include:

  • Solar photovoltaic (PV)
  • Wind turbines
  • Micro-CHP (micro combined heat & power)
  • Hydroelectricity
  • Solar water heating
  • Wood fuelled heating
  • Heat pumps
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