Air Conditioning Assessments

photo of roof top air conditioning unitsThe primary aim of an air conditioning energy assessment (ACEA) is to give building owners and operators information about the performance of buildings and their plant, and to identify opportunities to save energy and cut operating costs.

As of January 2011, regulations require regular inspection of all air conditioning systems with overall rated outputs greater than 12kw at photo of an engineer working on an air conditioning unitintervals not exceeding 5 years. Building owners and managers who operate air-conditioning systems have statutory obligations under the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) to ensure that air conditioning inspections are conducted by qualified and accredited air-conditioning inspectors.

As a one-stop-shop for energy assessments, Ashby Energy Assessors are pleased to be able to offer Air Conditioning Assessments, call us now for a no-obligation quote.