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Giles Crosse
The Department of Energy & Climate Change opened its consultation on ECO on 5 March. Closing in just under a month’s time, what are the risks and opportunities for installers and the sector at large? This blog covers what the Government’s key proposals for changes to ECO might mean for installers.
David Karas
Beta testing our software is a key part of the development of NES Touch and all of NES’s software products. NES Touch, is our mobile tablet app that allows DEAs to create their EPCs and calculate ratings whilst they are onsite. There’s no waiting to get back to the office and you don’t need to manually re-enter the data into other software. Plus you can allow the app to automatically lodge your report when you’re next connected to the internet or 3G.
Mike Tofts

The amendments of approved document ADL2A (guidance for meeting building regulations for the construction of new buildings that are not dwellings) will be introduced from the 6th April 2014.  The intention of the update is to effectively produce an...

Lee Brooks
You may be surprised to learn that the order in which you score the ECO measures applied to a dwelling can influence the total cost and carbon score. And that guessing the optimum order is not as easy as you might at first think!
Hilary Grayson
It is the 10th anniversary of National Energy Services’ acquisition of the Surveyors and Valuers Accreditation. Hilary Grayson, Principal Consultant at NES, reminisces on the past 10 years of SAVA working with NES...among other things.
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