Directive on the Energy Performance of Buildings (EPBD) contains
a range of provisions aimed at improving energy performance of residential
and non-residential buildings, both new-build and existing. This
Directive was adopted into Irish law as Regulation in 2006.
The EPBD obliges specific forms of information and advice on energy performance to be provided to building purchasers, tenants and users. This information and advice provides consumers with information regarding the energy performance of a building and enables them to take this into consideration in any decisions on property transactions. Read more about the legislation and background.
As part of the Directive, a Building
Energy Rating (BER) certificate, which is effectively an energy
label, will be required at the point of sale or rental of a building,
or on completion of a new building.
Enviritech engineering can provide all your energy rating and energy conservation requirements. Please contact us to discuss further...
Please see www.sei.ie for further information