Energy Assessor for the Inspection of Air Conditioning Systems
Mandatory air conditioning inspections, conducted by an accredited Energy Assessor, are now being introduced to help building owners and operators understand the energy performance of their air conditioning system. The law now requires that an energy efficiency inspection for the air conditioning system is undertaken.
These inspections will help the building owner or operator to:
- improve efficiency and reduce electricity consumption
- reduce the operating costs of the building
- improve the operation of the existing system
- cut the carbon footprint of the business
Under carbon-cutting regulations, air conditioning owners must ensure that their equipment is inspected regularly.
The Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) places an obligation on air conditioning owners to have systems with an effective rated output of more than 12Kw regularly inspected by an energy assessor.
The inspection and report is designed to ensure that building owners or managers are provided with basic information about the efficiency of their air conditioning systems, together with advice on how the energy efficiency or effectiveness of these systems might be improved.
To discuss your requirements and to ensure that you comply with the current regulations contact our BESCA Accredited Energy Assessor at SEMCO by telephone or email, shown on the 'contact' page.