Commercial Energy Performance Certificate
Since the prices for energy will increase in the future, energy-saving and cost reduction have become more relevant than ever. Although investments in energy-saving measures have not been a priority so far, the long term benefits of such measures should be taken into consideration. Energy improvement measures can have as an outcome important savings and they can stop energy costs from growing. This is why the EPC is necessary, not only for commercial buildings but for all house owners.
Commercial EPC has become a must for commercial premises because potential buyers and tenants are entitled to an impartial overview of energy use and energy costs of the building and because the EPCs will tell sellers and landlords where there’s room for energy improvement as far as their properties are concerned. Such a certificate is valid for around ten years, being not only a mandatory requirement but also a highly effective measure.
The data required to allow the calculation of an EPC includes the following.