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Air Conditioning Energy Assessment

Time Is Running Out For Air Conditioning Users

 

Are you complying with the new legislation?

If you have air-conditioning, under new legislation in accordance with the Energy Performance in Buildings Directive (EPBD) your system may require an Air Conditioning Energy Assessment inspection. 

Failure to comply could result in a fine!

 

Who & When?

Premises which have systems with a combined total cooling output of 12kw or more must be inspected no later than 4th January 2011.

Premises with a total combined cooling load of 250kw must be inspected as soon as possible.

After the initial inspection a reassessment must be carried out every 5 years.

 

 

What are air-conditioning inspections?

Typically, an inspection would include:

• Documentation review.

• Comparison of maintenance with industry good practice.

• Inspection of system components.

• Assessment of controls and settings.

• Estimation of cooling load.

• Review potential for improvement or alternatives.

• Report on the findings and advice.

 

What to do next?

AC inspections can only be performed by an Energy Assessor that has been accredited to inspect AC systems by a recognised authority.

Please call to speak to one of our consultants, for further information or if you would like to arrange a site survey to ascertain if your system is affected by the law, and if so, find out how we can help you comply with the new legislation.

 

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