The Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy has, under section 19(1)(b) of the National Energy Act, published regulations for the mandatory display and submission of Energy Performance Certificates (EPC) for buildings in Notice 700 of Government Gazette 43792 of 8 December 2020. Briefly, if you own or are responsible for a building which has a total net floor area of over 1,000m2 in the public sector and 2,000m2 in the private sector, then these regulations do affect you. The energy performance rating on the EPC refers to the net energy consumed in kWh per m2 per annum. The EPC must be displayed in the foyer of the building and submitted to the South African National Energy Development Institute (SANEDI) every 5 years.
Our Work in Energy Performance Certificate implementation in South Africa
To date GreenBDG has already implemented EPC training for the Limpopo Economic Development Environment and Tourism (LEDET), Energy and Water SETA, EOH (Proserv), Eastern Cape Roads & Public Works. We are well positioned to advise your property portfolio on the implementation process and an integrated energy strategy for your portfolio.
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