Buildings account for 40% of all energy consumed in the UK and this proportion is increasing. Therefore, to reduce energy costs, businesses are well advised to look to their premises and equipment to unlock major savings.

With the ever increasing cost of energy, businesses in all sectors are considering ways to reduce this major overhead.

Energy inflation is higher than RPI and set to continue rising, so it seems timely to take action.

Finding ways of achieving savings makes good business as well as environmental sense. A lower cost base provides a major advantage over competitors, increases your options in terms of budget spend and provides long term security for your business.

The best way to do this is via an Energy Strategy: A structured programme to reduce energy consumption, supporting and supported by senior management.

Energy management Legal Obligations

Depending on your business size and activities, you may have a requirement for any of the following, which we can provide.

Contact one of our consultants to discuss which ones are right for you.

  • CRC - Carbon Reduction Commitment
  • CCA - Climate Change Agreements

EPBD - Energy Performance of Buildings Directive

  • Commercial Energy Performance Certificates - Commercial EPC
  • Domestic Energy Performance Certificates - Domestic EPC
  • Display Energy Certificates - DEC
  • Air-conditioning Energy Inspections

Approved Document L1A: Conservation of fuel and power
(New dwellings)

  • Standard Assessment Procedure - SAP
  • Air Pressure Testing Dwelling

Approved Document L2A: Conservation of fuel and power

  • Simplified Building Energy Model
  • Air Pressure Testing Non-dwellings