KJ Tait

8 August 2022

MEES EPC ‘B’ Standard – Accelerating Decarbonisation

When the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) were introduced in 2015, there was little to no risk for our Clients in achieving the minimum standard of an ‘E’ rated EPC, perhaps with the exception of stripped back shop units.
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25 July 2022

Operational Energy Reduction – low hanging fruit

As EPC/NABERS/Energy Auditors and M&E Consultants, we often visit buildings to review the Building Management System (BMS) to establish whether the operations of a building are contributing to high energy usage.
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18 July 2022

Daylighting - Thoughts

With the increased focus on low and zero carbon buildings, this is now a major focus for warehouse buildings too.
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24 June 2022

Part L Changes

The long awaited Part L 2021 is here, so what are the main changes to the methodology that new buildings need to achieve?
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