Landlords

Property owners, landlords and their tenants are forging a greener footprint.

New environmental bandings for landlords are encouraging installation of solar solutions to move to a greener world and meet the environmental priorities many tenants are now demanding.

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Greening up

The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) bandings for landlords require that rented commercial properties have a minimum Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of E currently. From 2028 this rating will be raised to C and to B by 2030 for commercial landlords.

PV installations provide a quick and viable energy saving proposition, satisfying both large pension-fund led landlords as well as those whose tenants want to green up. Similarly property owners with green installations are seeing the value of their property portfolio substantially increase.

Landlords have the added advantage of an extra revenue stream, selling energy back to the tenant, while the tenant potentially benefits from cheaper electricity rates too. It really can become a win, win scenario.

Projects

Data Centre, Worcester

Our client had a keen interest in increasing their sustainability program and reducing their energy outgoings. Like many businesses, the…

Grosvenor House

Our client had a keen interest in increasing their sustainability program and reducing their carbon footprint. The most cost-effective way…

Let’s talk about your energy future

We thrive on hunting for the right solution to meet the needs of our clients.