Energy Efficiency Certificate for companies
A NECESSARY REPORT WHEN SELLING OR RENTING
The Energy Efficiency Certificate (EEC) is compulsory for all properties sold or rented, according to Royal Decree 235/2013. The procedure for issuing a certificate includes a review of the available documentation, a visit to the property and registration in the registry of the corresponding autonomous region.
The technical report issued by Tinsa Certify not only determines the property’s classification, assigning it a letter from A to G depending on its efficiency in energy consumption, but also includes proposals for improvement on variable characteristics of the property in order to reduce energy consumption. The proposed measures to the external shell and installations of the building often lead to important savings at a reasonable cost. This prevents your property’s energy performance from becoming obsolete and adds value.
WHO IS IT FOR?
NATURAL OR LEGAL PERSONS
WHO ARE OWNERS OF LAND AFFECTED BY AN EXPROPRIATION IN FEE SIMPLE, EASEMENT OR TEMPORARY OCCUPATION. ALSO INDIVIDUALS OR COMPANIES INVOLVED IN THE OCCUPATION OF INDUSTRIAL OR COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES
FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS, DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN INVESTMENT FUNDS AND PRIVATE INVESTORS
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT COMPANIES
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
1. THE SITUATION.
In April 2013 it was established that as of 1 June, buildings or apartments for rent or sale must have an energy efficiency certificate, and an important Spanish financial institution put its entire property portfolio into our hands. The objective was to issue the energy certificate for all of them before the law went into effect, just over one month later.
2. OUR SERVICES.
Tinsa, led by Tinsa Certify, activated its network of technicians, offices, centralised services and IT systems to meet the challenge. Always up-to-date with current regulations, Tinsa had already begun training its network, meaning that the difficulties faced in the technical application of new procedures were already under control and minimised.
3. THE RESULT.
Tinsa issued 17,000 energy certificates within less than one month, before the new law went into effect. The client avoided any fines stemming from non-compliance with the regulations and proved itself in the market to be a company up-to-date with the latest regulations.