Deadline for Air Conditioning Assessment is 4th January 2011

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8th Nov 2010

If you have operational control of air conditioning systems with a cumulative effective rated output of greater than 12kW you must be in possession of an air conditioning assessment report for the system by 4th January 2011. All commercial premises where you have operational control of air conditioning systems with a cumulative effective rated output of greater than 250kW required an energy assessment report for the system by 4th January 2009.

An Air Conditioning Energy Inspections (TM44) allows your organisation to comply with European Directive legislation coming into force within the United Kingdom. The air conditioning assessment itself is also being recognised as an excellent tool to help recognise energy and money saving opportunities. The initial cost of the air conditioning energy assessment is often covered in just a few weeks when simple low cost measure are identified and implemented.The output of the inspection will be a TM44 air conditioning report and TM44 inspection highlighting measures which, if adopted, will have the potential to save energy and money within a reasonable payback period. Air Con Inspection reports will remain valid for five years, after which the air conditioning system will require another TM44 inspection.