Under the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) there has been an obligation to show a Display Energy Certificate (DEC) in a prominent place in buildings occupied by public authorities and institutions providing public services and that occupy buildings where the total useful floor area of the building exceeds 250m2 and is frequently visited by the public.
The purpose of introducing DECs is to raise public awareness of energy use and to inform visitors to public buildings about the energy use of a building. They provide an energy rating of the building from A to G, where A is very efficient and G is the least efficient. The advisory report contains recommendations for improving the energy performance of the building.
Buckinghamshire County Council can help you obtain a DEC and recommendation report (RR) at competitive prices. Our accredited energy assessor will go on site and make a through energy audit and calculate the operational rating based on methodology and software approved by the secretary of State. In addition, the whole process will be in line with the accreditation scheme code of conduct and relevant industry standards to ensure accuracy on the final product.
If you are interested on our services please contact the BCC energy team at firstname.lastname@example.org.