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Simplified Building Energy Model

The Simplified Building Energy Model (SBEM) is the default method for assessing both target and proposed levels of CO2 emissions for non-residential buildings.

There are two stages to the assessment process:
At the stage – an assessment needs to be completed and submitted to the building control body or approved inspector at the same time as the building control application.

At the stage – when the build is completed, a pass certificate will need to be produced and presented to the building control body and approved by the inspector.

For further information, please download the attached PDF document or make an enquiry.

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