Dynamic Energy Assessors now offer Display Energy Certificates

Dynamic Energy Assessors now offer Display Energy Certificates

The purpose of introducing Display Energy Certificates (DECs) is to raise public awareness of energy use and to inform visitors to public buildings about the energy use of a building. DECs provide an energy rating of the building from A to G, where A is very efficient and G is the least efficient and are based on the actual amount of metered energy used by the building over a period of 12 months.

An affected organisation must display a Display Energy Certificate in a prominent place clearly visible to the public and have in its possession or control a valid advisory report. The advisory report contains recommendations for improving the energy performance of the building.

The introduction of Display Energy Certificates gives publicly accessible information on the energy performance of public buildings. It is important not only that the public sector complies but that it is seen to be setting an example. Environmental performance is increasingly important to reputation. Accordingly if there is any doubt over whether a Display Energy Certificate is required, it would be good practice to produce a Display Energy Certificate in any event.

Explore the related publications below for information on Display Energy Certificates (DECs), including information on software specification and advisory reports for public buildings.

To see an example Display Energy Certificate click here and in Welsh

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