As the first company to lodge a live commercial Energy Performance Certificate (EPC), Stroma Tech is ideally placed to deliver compliance with this mandatory element of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD).
An Energy Performance Certificate is required whenever a building is built, rented or sold. The EPC provides an energy performance rating on a scale of A to G, where A is the most energy efficient.
Stroma Tech’s EPC team has worked with a diverse range of clients, from national and regional property consultants, major car manufacturers and corporate recovery specialists to auctioneers, retailers, major developers and contractors.
Our UK-wide accredited energy assessors can evaluate proposed construction details or carry out a detailed energy survey of the building, perform the necessary energy assessment calculations (in SBEM or DSM) and generate the certificate, before lodging it on the Government database, Landmark.
The EPC is accompanied by an Advisory Report (AR) which outlines energy saving measures and recommendations for improving the EPC rating.
From April 2018, proposed legislative changes within the Energy Act 2011, would make it unlawful to let residential or commercial properties with an EPC Rating of F or G. The changes will improve the energy efficiency of privately rented properties in both the domestic and non-domestic sectors.