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Certificates of energy performance of buildings and premises

Objective

The certificate makes it easy for the owner to present the property or property offered for sale or rent, and at the same time to the buyer or tenant provides protection against possible undisclosed defects of the purchased or rented building or premises.

The rules for the preparation of energy performance certificates are defined by the Act of 29 August 2014 on the energy performance of buildings:

The obligation to draw up the certificates concerns:

  • A building or part of a building sold on the basis of a sale agreement, disposed of on the basis of a contract of sale of a cooperative owned or rented.
  • When the usable area occupied by the judicial organs, public prosecutor's offices and public administration bodies exceeds 250 m2 and in which the service is rendered to the public.

 

Scope

The certificate should include:

  • Calculating the final and primary energy demand for heating and ventilation: QH,nd, QK,H, QP,H [kWh/year].
  • Calculating the demand for utility, final and primary energy for domestic hot water production: QW,nd, QK,W, QP,W [kWh/year].
  • Calculating the demand for utility, final and primary energy for cooling: QC,nd, QK,C, QP,C [kWh/year] (in public buildings or as part of a separate technical and utility unit of the other buildings concerned).
  • Calculation of final and primary energy demand for the built-in lighting system: QK,L, QP,L [kWh/year] (public utility buildings or parts being the independent technical and utility unit of the other buildings concerned).
  • Annual primary non renewable energy indicator: EP [kWh / (m2 · year)].
  • Annual final energy indicator: EK [kWh / (m2 · a)].
  • Annual usable energy indicator : EU [kWh / (m2 · a)].
  • Unit CO2 emissions: E_C02 [t CO2/(m2·year)].
  • Share of renewable energy sources in annual demand for final energy: Uoze [%].
  • Recommendations for cost-effective and technically feasible improvement of energy performance of a building.

Methodology

The system of assessing the energy performance of buildings was introduced by the amendment of the Building Law Act of 19 September 2007 (Journal of Laws of 2007 No. 191, item 1373).  The Act obliged to issue Minister of Infrastructure Regulation concerning methodology for calculating the energy performance of a building and a dwelling or part of a building that from the technical and functional point of view can be considered as entirely separate entity and the way of drawing up and specifying certificates of their energy performance (Journal of Laws of 2008, No. 2001 , item 1240), which appeared on November 6, 2008. According to the above-mentioned documents, the system began functioning as of January 1, 2009.  Currently is valid The Ordinance of the Minister of Infrastructure and Development of 27 February 2015 on the methodology for determining the energy performance of a building or part of a building and energy performance certificates.

Reference

Energy Performance Certificates Ilość
Public utilities: Ursynów Business Park Warsaw, Metropolitan Warsaw, Focus Warsaw, SEGECE Shopping Galleries: Warsaw, Lublin, Krakow, Poznań, Ruda Śląska, Sosnowiec, Kraków, Poleczki Business Park Warsaw 48
Residential buildings 63
Residential premises 141
Sum: 252

 

Persons responsible for contact with customers:

Andrzej Rajkiewicz

e-mail: arajkiewicz@nape.pl

tel. 22 505-46-54

Janusz Łaszczych

e-mail: jlaszczych@nape.pl

tel. 22 505-44-99