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Last edited 30 Jun 2019
Accredited energy assessor
The Home Quality Mark defines an accredited energy assessor as:
‘A person registered with an accredited energy assessment scheme provider. The scheme provider will be licensed by the relevant Government department to accredit competent persons in the energy assessment of non-domestic or domestic buildings for the purposes of demonstrating compliance with the Building Regulations in the country of origin. The energy assessor should be appropriately accredited for the building being assessed.’
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