Reducing energy consumption and eliminating wastage are among the main goals of the European Union
Operating throughout England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland; providing a Government Approved scheme to accredit Energy Assessors so they can undertake assessments on all types of buildings in accordance with the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive.
From the outset our mission has been to set a ‘new standard’ for independence, quality and service; something which we believe sets us apart from other Accreditation Schemes. Our business is purely accreditation; we do not sell assessment services in competition with our members, we are here to help you and your business develop, without any conflicts of interest.
Since 2009 we have been accrediting Energy Assessors so that they can undertake Energy Assessments on all types of buildings [Learn More]
With the implementation of the feed in tariff and Green Deal, now is the time to look at the quality of reports being created. As regulations tighten so does the demand for ensuring that all certificates have been created in accordance with the DCLG and DECC legislation.
Sterling looks to ensure that Energy Assessors are monitored on a regular basis to ensure that all our members are up to speed with all the latest regulations and conventions, which will mean that you can have peace of mind knowing that the certificates you have received are of the highest standard.
Simon Barnes Retires from Sterling Accreditation; Sterling Accreditatrion Scheme Manager and Managing Director, Simon Barners has retired from the business [More]
Change of address; Sterling Accreditation has closed its office in Havant and moved its operation to Heywood Hall [More]
ESOS Software ecount; a new innovative web based tool which can provide building users with a snap shot of how efficiently they operate their building; eCount achieves this by guiding you through a visual journey of energy reduction and carbon emissions. [Overview]