MEES is here and it has opportunities for you
Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) came into effect on the 1st April this year.
MEES now makes it unlawful to let buildings (both commercial and domestic) in England and Wales that don’t achieve a minimum Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of ‘E’.
New legislation is often viewed as bureaucratic red-tape and an inconvenience but we all have an opportunity to gain from MEES.
Landlords, Investors and Lenders can improve the performance, standing and reduce risk in their properties.
Consultants, Architects and Engineers have a chance to prove their worth by recommending cost effective investments for long term savings.
Manufacturers can flex their innovation muscles and Tenants will have greater involvement in the building operation and energy use.
The Government has the largest stake in MEES with its ever tightening climate change commitments, so we can also expect the minimum ‘E’ to be raised to ‘D’ in the future.
We would be delighted to assist you with further information on MEES. Please click here or call me direct on 01636 653055.