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Display Energy Certificates (DEC) in Cardiff

All public buildings over 500m2 must obtain a Display Energy Certificate. We have been helping public buildings receive theirs since 2013.
We have experience with assessing public buildings and obtaining Display Energy Certificates since the law was implemented. This means that we are able to perform the examination efficiently and correctly in order for you to get the DEC as soon as possible

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A Display Energy Certificate and an Advisory Report are necessary for all public buildings in order to promote the improvement of energy efficiency in public buildings.
An Advisory Report is important and necessary by being designed to recommend the recently examined building on how to improve its energy efficiency. For a more sustainable UK and a greener public building, the Advisory Report is critical.

What is Display Energy Certificate for?

DECs are designed to promote the improvement of the energy performance of buildings. They are based upon actual energy usage of a building and increase transparency about the energy efficiency of public buildings. The certificate looks similar to the energy labels provided on new cars and electrical appliances such as fridges and freezers – it uses a similar scale for energy efficiency, i.e. from A to G with A being the most efficient and G the least. The A3 sized certificate is valid for one year and is accompanied by an Advisory Report (AR) which is valid for seven years. The advisory report is designed to help building owners occupiers to improve the energy efficiency of their buildings so that future DECs show a better rating. ARs do not need to be displayed, but must be available
DECs and ARs must be undertaken by an accredited energy assessor using Government approved software. In order to produce the DEC the energy assessor needs to know the gross internal floor area of the building and the operating hours together with actual meter readings or consignment notes for all fuels used during the year of assessment. It is, therefore, important for owners and occupiers of public buildings over 1,000m2 to maintain good records of fuel used. If the energy assessor does not have access to suitable and sufficient information then a DEC cannot be produced. The option to generate a default G rating was withdrawn on April 16, 2011.

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