The EPC Register enables members of the public and energy assessors to access a completed energy performance certificate (EPC)
The EPC Register also allows you to check the current validity of your energy performance certificate (EPC) or retrieve the accompanying recommendations report.
Find a national EPC energy assessor
The EPC Register also allows commercial & domestic property owners to find an EPC energy assessor and holds this information on the central register.
To find an energy assessor close to you that can perform an energy assessment on your business or homes, you need to add your postcode to the system and click search.
This search will then offer you a list of assessors, the type of EPC assessments they can undertake, such as domestic, non domestic, eco & green deal etc.
By choosing an energy assessor, The EPC Register will also give you an energy assessors full contact information, such as email and telephone number.
Benefits of The EPC Register
The EPC register also allows visitors to;
-Retrieve reports using a report reference number
-Retrieve report using a property address
-Gives access to accreditation scheme annual reports
-Offers advice on cutting your energy costs
-Gives national EPC lodgement statistics
About energy assessments
An energy performance certificate (EPC) is needed for properties when sold, built or rented. An EPC gives homeowners and business owners information on the energy performance of a property and measures that you can undertake to improve it.
An energy performance certificate (EPC) is required by law and needs to be given to tenants & also needs to be given to potential buyers also before you market your property to rent or sell.
An EPC is a data report that offers information on your business or home’s buildings typical energy costs and calculates energy useage also.
An energy performance certificate is valid for 10 years.
To find out more, please visit The EPC Register