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    As of 1 January 2023, the time has come: all office buildings larger than 100 m2 must at least meet energy label C. Does your office building not meet this requirement? Then it may no longer be used as an office building. However, research by the Vastgoedmarkt and the Land Registry shows that many office buildings do not comply with this. Does your office building not yet meet this requirement? Then quickly read on how Beyond Eyes and Heijmans can help to make your office building more sustainable before 2023.

    More than 80% does not yet meet the requirement

    A building that handles energy consumption in a sustainable and responsible manner. It only happens slowly. By the end of 2020, 64,676 of the 78,778 office spaces did not meet the required energy label C. That is more than 80 percent. The offices that have not yet complied with energy label C consist of office buildings that have been approved lower than energy label C and of office buildings that have not yet been inspected at all. Nevertheless, according to the 2012 building code, a maximum primary fossil energy consumption of 225 kWh per m2 per year is permitted per 2023.

    How is the energy label determined?

    Based on the year of construction, it is determined in which energy label the office building is scaled. Noteworthy, it is assumed that no sustainability has taken place since construction. For example, office buildings from the 1974-1981 period have an energy label F, energy label E for 10982-1992 and energy label D for 1993-1999. Buildings from 2000 will (in all probability) meet the desired energy label C. It is relatively easy for office buildings to meet the desired energy label C, provided you properly map the energy consumption of your office building.

    BE Energized provides insight into energy consumption

    With BE Energized you can easily make the energy consumption of your office building transparent. By means of the BE Energized sensors, the consumption of your entire building, but also per floor or per large energy consumer, is measured. In this way, the installations and building management systems can be tailored to the actual use of the building. Insight into your energy flows and the better adjustment of systems not only ensures energy savings, but also lower CO2 emissions. In this way, on the one hand, the energy requirement by 2023 can be met and costs can be saved on the other. All this, without losing sight of a comfortable stay for your building users. A win-win situation.

    Using the following step-by-step plan, Beyond Eyes and Heijmans will help you achieve energy label C before 2023:

    1. A qualified building analysis. The energy label (in accordance with NTA 8800) is determined on the basis of this qualified admission.
    2. An action plan with recommended improvement measures. This contains concrete guidelines for improving the energy label.
    3. An independent party checks the new label and it is registered w the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO). The building owner receives the established label. This label is valid for 10 years.

    Do you want us to help you prepare your office building for 2023 and conduct your business in a socially responsible manner? Then do not hesitate to contact us.

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