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21st Jan 2013

We announced in December that our Green Deal assessment software had been approved by DECC. We are now pleased to announce that the lodgement facility has been fully tested and approved by Landmark and certified Green Deal Assessor Organisations with the NES/BSI Certification Scheme can now lodge occupancy assessments to the England and Wales Central Register.

16th Jan 2013

"Energy saving has never been so attractive" - that’s the message from Edward Davey today as he announced the Green Deal Cashback Scheme is open, with hundreds of pounds of cash available to householders in England and Wales who make energy saving home improvements.

Householders who use the Green Deal to make improvements such as loft insulation, solid wall insulation and new heating systems will qualify.

9th Jan 2013

We have today received further guidance from DCLG regarding the exemption of listed buildings from the requirement to have an Energy Performance Certificate on their sale or rent. To view the Question and Answer document, please click here.

On the principle of encouraging optimum energy efficiency for all buildings, we are disappointed that listed buildings will no longer require an EPC upon sale or rent.

2nd Jan 2013

As a further update to the changes to the Energy Performance of Buildings Regulations from 9 January 2013, we have published revised DCLG guidance documents in the Useful Documents section of NES one for our members. The revised documents are also listed below and please click the relevant link to view the document:


10th Dec 2012

National Energy Services today announced the launch of its Green Deal Online software, approved by DECC for Green Deal assessments in England, Wales and Scotland.

Qualified Green Deal Advisors who are working for certified assessor organisations can now create domestic Green Deal Advice Reports using NES's Green Deal Online software. They can use the software to advise householders on the best package of energy efficient measures to reduce their energy bills and make their home warmer.

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