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A tale of two buildings: Are EPCs a true indicator of energy efficiency?

Posted on: 29 November 2012
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A joint report from Better Building Partnership (BBP) and Jones Lang LaSalle highlights the importance of measuring and achieving reductions in actual energy consumption. Using data gathered from over 200 buildings over the past four years, the study measured the actual energy performance of BBP members’ managed properties in London with surprising results. The report considers whether Energy Performance Certificates alone are sufficient to deliver the Government’s targets to ‘de-carbonise’ the UK’s built environment, and how successful the property industry is in tackling the issue of reducing actual energy consumption. It also contains recommendations and guidance for both owners and occupiers.

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