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The BER is an indicator of energy performance covering energy use for space heating and cooling, water heating, ventilation and lighting. It is accompanied by a CO2 emissions indicator.

Since the 1st July 2008, a BER certificate is required for all new non-domestic building for which planning permission is applied for on/after that date.

On the 1st January 2009, BER's are required for all commercial buildings which are for sale, rent or lease.

Our BER assessors follow national calculation methodology (NEAP) to calculate the BER and generate the advisory report. NEAP calculates the energy consumption and CO2 emissions associated with a standardised use of a building. The energy consumption is expressed in terms of Kilowatt hours per square metre floor area per year (kWh/m2/yr) and the Co2 emissions expressed in terms of Kilograms of Co2 per square metre floor area per year (kgCo2/m2/yr).

A BER certificate exemption will apply to such new building where planning permission was applied for on or before the 30 th June 2008 and where substantial work has been completed by the 30 th of June 2010 except where a building is offered for a second sale or subsequent letting.

Feel free to contact us for more information on commercial building energy ratings .

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