SAP Energy Calculation Guidance 

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An updated guide to SAP calculations for architects, designers, and constructors building greener, cleaner homes to the latest legislated requirements.

SAP (Standard AssessmentProcedures) is a metric used to measure the estimated energy efficiency and carbon footprint of a building. SAP is the only government-approved system for assessing the energy rating of a newly built residential homes.

SAP calculations are a pre-requisite for a building’s Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) to be issued. In order to comply with current Building Regulations, a SAP calculation and a predicted EPC must be submitted before construction can begin on a new build. This rule also applies to some extensions and conversions. Without an EPC, a building cannot be occupied or sold.

Chapters Within This eGuide Include:

  • Understanding SAP Calculations & Measurements
  • What’s Changed with Building Regulations
  • Net-Zero & Residential Dwellings
  • The Energy Hierarchy
  • Guidance & Certification
  • The Future Homes Standard

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