consumption in our homes accounts for some 30% of the CO2 emissions in
the UK. Heating uses 90% of energy in the home and so Improving energy
efficiency of our homes not only saves money but also reduces these
harmful emissions.EU Directive 2002/91/EC on the Energy Performance of
Buildings ensure that building standards across Europe place a high
emphasis on minimizing energy consumption.
Directive requires that when a building is constructed, sold or rented
out, an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) must be made available to
the owner or by the owner to prospective purchasers or tenants.
EPC is simple to understand, based upon familiar labeling, making use
of the A-G label for appliances and cars that we have all become used
to. The EPC however will also indicate projected improvements in
addition to the current band and rating of the house, including details
and the impact of each energy efficient option.
can only be compiled by Domestic Energy Assessors or Home Inspectors
who are members of a Government approved and regulated certification
scheme. Following the survey the data will be entered into a computer
system based on the Reduced Standard Assessment Procedure (RDSAP).
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