NettZero submit more BEEC applications each year than any other organisation in Australia.
The CBD (Commercial Building Disclosure) Program came into full effect
on the 1st of November 2011 and requires most sellers, lessors or sub-lessors of office spaces greater than 1000m2 to disclose a valid and current Building Energy Efficiency Certificate (BEEC) before selling or leasing their building on the market. This is necessary to comply with current Australian Government regulations.
The BEEC includes:
At NettZero we are firm believers in the mantra “You can’t manage what you don’t measure”
Acquiring a BEEC is the first step in accessing and understanding meaningful information about a building’s performance.
A CBD TLA (Tenancy lighting assessment) is a key requirement of a BEEC under the CBD program and measures the power density of the general lighting system (both installed and proposed) in affected buildings.