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13th Aug 2012

In May we announced a unique partnership with BSI to operate a certification scheme for Organisations providing a Green Deal Advice Service.  With over 125 years of combined experience, NES is the recognised leader in improving energy efficiency, whilst BSI brings expert knowledge for all areas of assessment and certification.

30th Apr 2012

30th April 2012

Unique partnership with the BSI announced

National Energy Services (NES) and the British Standards Institution (BSI) have created a unique partnership to provide an independent certification service to Green Deal Advisor Organisations for the forthcoming Green Deal. NES & BSI are pleased to announce that UKAS has approved the partnership that will ensure that advisors provide advice and reports that are in accordance with DECC’s requirements.

20th Apr 2012

During the Central Register downtime on Sunday 22 April, Landmark will be making changes to the current methods of retrieving reports from the Central Register. The Lost Report Reference Number service on the Domestic Register and ‘Does an EPC Exist’ service on the Non Domestic Register will both be replaced by a new service. DCLG has advised:

There are over 7 million Energy Performance Certificates on the register and that number is growing by over a million per year. However, access to this data is currently very tightly controlled.

20th Apr 2012

Green Deal will be launched in October this year. It is set to transform the world of energy efficiency and the assessment carried out by a Green Deal Advisor will be the key to unlocking the Green Deal funding.

We have developed a seminar to help you understand what being a Green Deal Advisor will involve. The seminar will take place in Milton Keynes on the 15 and 23 May and lunch for both sessions will be served at 1pm.

20th Apr 2012

We have received a few questions from members around the requirement for D rated EPCs when installing solar PV panels.

The home owner installing the panels must provide an EPC showing the property has a rating of at least D when they apply for the Feed in Tariff (FIT).  The application for the FIT is made once the panels have been fitted to the roof and the system has been commissioned. 

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