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Jul23

PAS2035:2019 and Collaboration with Diamond and Co for Retrofit

Now that I am registered with Elmhurst Energy as a Retrofit Coordinator, following successful training with the Retrofit Academy, I am collaborating with Diamond & Co Diamond & Co in Scotland to provide a full end-to-end retrofit service.

 

In conjunction with Diamond and Co., the whole package to include for assessment, design, coordination and monitoring both during implementation and on completion of the retrofit project can be put together.

 

PAS2035:2019 is mandatory from 1 July 2021 for all publicly funded projects.

 

PAS2035:2019 has been introduced following the recommendations of the Each Home Counts Review.

 

Each Home Counts. An Independent Review of Consumer Advice, Protection, Standards and Enforcement for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

 

PAS2035:2019 amongst other things, provides best practice guidance for domestic retrofit projects.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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