The energy label demonstrates the level of energy consumption of a building. When issuing an energy label, the energy used for heating, cooling, water heating, ventilation, lighting, operating electrical equipment, etc. is taken into account. All buildings or parts of buildings that are to be sold or rented must have an energy label, and the seller or lessor must allow the buyer or tenant to inspect the energy label at the time of the transaction. Our energy efficiency specialists calculate both the building’s weighted energy consumption (KEK) and energy efficiency ratio (ETA).
Energy label service includes the following:
- Preparation of energy label in accordance with Resolution No. 36 “Requirements for the issuance of energy label and the energy label proper”
- At an early stage of building planning, it is possible to simulate various solutions and assess their impact on the energy label.