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13th May 2010

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12th May 2010

Each month we research EPC compliance for non-domestic buildings – the sector with the lowest compliance rates. We produce a monthly index in association with building.co.uk, showing how many commercial buildings being marketed have an EPC.A graph showing commercial EPC compliance up to April 2010

5th May 2010

Part L1A of the Building Regulations comes into force in October 2010. This article from Dyfrig Hughes, Technical Manager for National Energy Services, summarises the ten key changes and presents ways of exploring these changes in more depth.

When you've read this article, you might be interested in reading about the 10 ways SAP 2009 will affect you. You can also see more about our package of online CPD to dig even deeper into the subject.

30th Apr 2010

Ed Miliband at National Energy ServicesThis afternoon NES hosted an event with energy and climate change minister Ed Miliband and Age of Stupid director Franny Armstrong.

This was one of a series of roadshow events across battleground seats in the south of England. Ed and Franny had already visited Swindon and Oxford before coming to the National Energy Centre, before heading off to Bedford later in the early evening.

30th Apr 2010

For all new Domestic Energy Assessor or Home Inspector registrations in May, we are pleased to announce a special offer of no NES one software licence fee for the lifetime of your membership. This is a saving of £250+VAT on the normal cost of the NES one software licence fee.

To find out more about the NHER Accreditation Scheme and how to apply as a Domestic Energy Assessor, please visit the DEA accreditation page on our website.

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