EPC Ratings Aren’t Correlated to Actual Energy Efficiency, Study Finds
For the past four years, Jones Lang LaSalle and the Better Buildings Partnership have analyzed 225 commercial buildings in London and found there is little or no correlation between Energy Performance Certificate ratings and actual energy performance.
The discrepancy is often due to the overlooked role of the tenant, according to the report, “A Tale of Two Buildings,” which looks at properties with good EPC ratings compared to buildings with less impressive EPC ratings.
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