EPC's Explained

EPC stands for Energy Performance Certificate; a mandatory requirement under the European Union Energy Performance of Building Directive for any commercial building intended for sale or lease.

EPC’s can only be awarded from a registered commercial assessor and are graded A – G depending on the energy efficiency of the building in question.

A Panattoni building is designed to achieve an ‘A’ rating as standard. This offers a significant annual saving in energy consumption for the life cycle of the building and guarantees it will be up to 40% more efficient than a building conforming to standard Building Regulations only.

“…given the future market trends it is probable that buildings will be taxed differently dependant on their EPC rating – indeed we have already seen a tendency for investment purchases to price the adjustment into their capital values.”

Christopher Gardner, Finance Director UK, Panattoni

EPC's Explained

EPC stands for Energy Performance Certificate; a mandatory requirement under the European Union Energy Performance of Building Directive for any commercial building intended for sale or lease.

EPC’s can only be awarded from a registered commercial assessor and are graded A – G depending on the energy efficiency of the building in question.

A Panattoni building is designed to achieve an ‘A’ rating as standard. This offers a significant annual saving in energy consumption for the life cycle of the building and guarantees it will be up to 40% more efficient than a building conforming to standard Building Regulations only.

“…given the future market trends it is probable that buildings will be taxed differently dependant on their EPC rating – indeed we have already seen a tendency for investment purchases to price the adjustment into their capital values.”

Christopher Gardner, Finance Director UK, Panattoni

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