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Building compliance

Assessing the energy performance of your buildings

A significant proportion of the UK’s greenhouse gas emissions come from the country’s building stock. Building energy inspection and certification schemes help improve the energy efficiency of public and commercial buildings by highlighting a building’s energy performance.

Our accredited assessors can help your organisation comply with the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD). We can also help you act on any energy improvement recommendations to improve the efficiency of your building, reduce your carbon footprint and cut costs.

Achieving Net-Zero

Meeting compliance obligations

Experts ensuring compliance

Robert Leak
Rob Leak
Director: Compliance Delivery

“Our optimisation team can carry out DEC and EPC audits and energy site surveys for ESOS, issuing certifications and recommendations. This compliance work can be combined with other services to improve efficiency and boost savings.”

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