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Part 4 (regs 17–21) of the Energy Performance of Buildings (England and Wales) Regulations 2012, SI 2012/3118, (EPC Regulations 2012) sets out the requirements for having an air conditioning system inspected by an accredited air conditioning energy assessor.
These requirements are designed to improve energy efficiency, reduce energy consumption, operating costs and the carbon emissions of the system.
An air conditioning system is a combination of all the components required to provide a form of air treatment in which the temperature is controlled or can be lowered, and includes systems which combine such air treatment with the control of ventilation, humidity and air cleanliness.
Where it is possible to control the temperature of more than one individual air conditioning unit in a building by a single person, each unit shall be considered
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