Energy Incentives – the year so far… –

As we approach the middle of year it seems like an appropriate point to take stock and look at developments in the area of incentives over the past six months and look ahead to what can be expected before the end of 2017. Martin Williams of Ricardo Energy & Environment gives his thoughts on the… Read More »

New Publisher for EAM

NEW PUBLISHER FOR EAM Energy Assessor Magazine has been taken over by a buyer from within the energy assessment industry in a deal which the new owner says will secure the publication’s future as a news publication for energy assessors. The publication had been on the market due to the retirement of journalist, commercial assessor… Read More »

Energy Rating Requirement Reminder for Landlords

UK landlords have been warned to be aware of the energy rating of their rental property, as it is just under a year until a minimum energy rating for buy to let properties is introduced. From the 1st of April 2018, properties new to the private rental sector as well as tenancy renewals must have… Read More »

Green Deal Finance Company prepares to re-start issuing energy-saving loans

The company behind the government’s Green Deal energy efficiency loan scheme is poised to start issuing finance packages once again. The Green Deal Finance Company (GDFC) was acquired in January by Greenstone Finance Limited and Aurium Capital Markets in a £40m deal, after the government withdrew financial support for the loan scheme in the summer… Read More »

Landlords Warned About Energy Efficiency in Rental Property

Residential landlords have been warned about the new energy efficiency laws for rental properties due to be introduced next year. Lee Baron, a leading specialist in property management, is advising residential landlords to check the energy efficiency of their property portfolios and take simple measures to boost the efficiency of any poorly performing property, before… Read More »