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Public building energy assessor accreditation scheme

The Government approved Quidos Public building energy assessor accreditation scheme is a leading national scheme covering England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

We accredit public building energy assessors to enable them to produce energy efficiency reports.

Price

Our non domestic membership fee is £5 per month (excluding VAT)

DEC reports lodgements are £7.54 each.

Rates are excluding vat & excluding Landmark fee of £12.82

Lodgement rate change from July 1st 2016 PLEASE READ

Benefits

Identification card
Free technical support
Free use of software licences for ORCalc, property tectonics and EP label applications

Additional information

Documents required

Public building energy assessor accreditation scheme

Scanned qualification certificate
Scanned copy of Passport or Driving Licence
Scanned Passport-style photo
Scanned copy of recent bank statement or blank cheque
Complaints procedure (we provide a template)
Basic DBS disclosure (formerly CRB) guidelines here
Evidence of 10 hours of CPD for previous 12 months

 

Our goal

Public building energy assessor accreditation scheme

The goal of our public building energy assessor accreditation scheme is to ensure that our members;

Operate within a code of conduct
Are fully qualified to undertake energy assessments
Have compliant software to lodge on the government approved register
Ensure members provide a quality service for homeowners, landlords, businesses and property owners

Terms & Conditions

Public building energy assessor accreditation scheme

All Public building accreditation scheme prices above are excluding VAT and register fees. Terms and conditions HERE

Our application process normally takes just 3 days.

Background

Public building energy assessor accreditation scheme

All large buildings occupied by a public authority or by an institution providing a public service are required to have a display energy certificate (DEC), which shows the actual energy usage of the building.

It is public buildings energy assessors (PBEA) who are qualified to provide DECs, and all PBEAs must be a member of a government approved accreditation scheme.

Support

Acclaimed technical support team
Support 0900-1800 daily & until 1730 on Friday. open 30 mins longer than our competitors!
Additional online support area

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