July 2006
Green Futures;Jul/Aug2006, Issue 59, p4
The article presents a detailed discussion on the government's inauguration of the recent Energy Performance Certificate that residents will need for vendor's Home Information Packages from the following year. It will also manifest A-G efficiency ratings, relating to the bands of carbon emission levels on being execrable rather than being excellent. It explains that aside from A-G energy ratings being announced on white goods, but to cars and residences too. The purpose of these ratings is to help commercial goods monitor their way to the top.


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