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How to be Carbon Free by 2050
Our EPC London branch can kickstart your energy saving with audited advice that is specific to you, your home, and your business. It highlights where you are losing energy and money and will help you to figure out how much you can save if you correct the problems that your building has. Here are a […]Read More
How important are DEC Certificates?
If you own a commercial building, you might have heard about DEC certificates. You might know that you should have one and maybe you don’t, or maybe you do have one but aren’t sure what it’s all about. DEC stands for Display Energy Certificate, and it is a legal requirement for some public buildings to […]Read More
A Guide to Commercial EPC for Factories
We all need to be doing our bit to help to reduce climate change, cut energy emissions and make our world a better and more sustainable place. Everybody plays their part – whether it is trying to use renewable energy, recycle our waste, or cut down on our use of cars, but businesses and government […]Read More
Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards: What Changes Can You Make?
The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) came into force in England and Wales on 1st April 2018. The new rules were introduced to address a number of privately-rented properties that were running in a less than environmentally-friendly way, by requiring all eligible properties to meet a minimum level of energy efficiency. What do the rules […]Read More
Designing a Building for Style and Energy Efficiency
Designing a building for style and energy efficiency is far better than designing a building for style/function and then upgrading it to become more energy efficient. The reason for this is because larger companies often have a hard time making energy efficient changes. This is often because it requires a high amount of collaboration between […]Read More
Labour’s plans to nationalise energy network
In May 2019, on a visit to a social housing estate in Greater Manchester. Jeremy Corbyn unveiled plans for Labour’s “Green Industrial Revolution”. The setting was appropriate as the plans not only address climate change by cutting carbon emissions but also standards of living for social housing and low income households by cutting energy bills. […]Read More