Elmhurst Energy has launched a Non-Domestic Energy Assessor (NDEA) Level 5 Accreditation Scheme, to “ensure members have the skills and knowledge to deliver professional energy assessments”.
The scheme is open to energy assessors trained and qualified to complete energy calculations using Dynamic Simulation Modelling software for complex commercial buildings, and will ensure assessors have the knowledge to produce Energy Performance Certificates for all UK commercial buildings.
Considered to be some of the most complex buildings to produce energy assessments for, a Level 5 non-domestic property can be identified from specific features such as atriums, automatic blind control and ventilation with enhanced thermal coupling.
Those already trained and qualified as a Level 5 NDEA can join the accreditation scheme by completing an application form. Elmhurst Energy can provide training for those not yet qualified.
“Once qualified as a Level 5 Non-Domestic Energy Assessor, you will be eligible to join our government-approved accreditation scheme free of charge,” said Martyn Reed, Managing Director of Elmhurst Energy. “We pride ourselves on supporting our assessors in the best way that we can, and continue to invest in the services we provide.”
For more details on Elmhurst Energy and the routes to the Non-Domestic Energy Assessor Accreditation visit www.elmhurstenergy.co.uk.