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Display Energy Certificates & Advisory Report – It’s Coming!!!. Chrispal Anand Environmental Management Assistant Environment Team. Summary. Overview DEC and AR DEC at UoL’s Building Certification Parameters DEC for Your Building (Examples) Future DEC. Overview.

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Display Energy Certificates & Advisory Report – It’s Coming!!!

Chrispal Anand

Environmental Management Assistant

Environment Team


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Summary

  • Overview

  • DEC and AR

  • DEC at UoL’s Building

  • Certification Parameters

  • DEC for Your Building (Examples)

  • Future DEC


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Overview

  • Non-dwelling buildings are responsible for almost 20 per cent of the UK’s energy consumption and carbon emissions.

  • Legislation - Energy Performance Buildings Directive (EPBD).

  • Requirement - Display Energy Certificate (DEC) and Advisory Report (AR).

  • This comes into effect from 1st of October 2008.


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DEC and AR

  • Buildings over 1,000 Sq.M.

  • Buildings which are visited by public.

  • The certificate gives information to the public about the building’s energy (gas & electric) consumed.

  • The common unit used is CO2.

  • The certificate has a rating from A to G:

    • A indicates most energy efficient building; and

    • G indicates least energy inefficient building.


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DEC and AR

  • What does DEC look like?


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DEC and AR

  • DEC is only valid for 12 months (renewed every year).

  • Advisory report is valid for 7 years.

  • Need to be displayed in a A3 format.

  • Should be displayed in a prominent place (entrance to a building).

  • Failing to display a valid DEC – Fine of £500.

  • Failing to possess a valid advisory report – Fine of £1,000.


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DEC at UoL’s Buildings

  • Main Campus (Please note the rating is from a draft version of the DEC)


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DEC at UoL’s Buildings

  • North Campus & Satellite Campus (Please note the rating is from a draft version of the DEC)

  • Hall of Residence (Please note the rating is from a draft version of the DEC)


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Certification Parameters

  • Metering data for gas and electricity use in building.

  • Time period (365 days).

  • Area of the building (Sq.M).

  • Number of hours occupied (need to be documented).

  • Degree Days.

  • Activity in the building (from the 29 benchmark).

  • Onsite renewable.

  • Separable energy use (Example: Regional server room).


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DEC for Your Building

  • DEC for Ken Edwards Building

  • DEC for Computer Bio Centre

  • DEC for Henry Wellcome Building

  • DEC for Richard Attenborough Centre (without additional occupied hours)

  • DEC for Richard Attenborough Centre (with additional occupied hours)


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Future DEC

  • Scope for improvement

    • Energy reduction

    • Additional occupied hours documented

    • Separable energy use (metered and energy assessed)


Any questions chrispal anand tel 0116 252 2308 e mail cpa4@leicester ac uk l.jpg

Any Questions?Chrispal AnandTel: 0116 252 2308E-mail: [email protected]


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