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Home Energy Audits

About Home Energy Audits

A Home Energy Audit is a survey to tell you how energy efficient your home is. The more energy efficient your home, the more money you will save on your energy bills.

Having a Home Energy Audit done on your home tells you:

  • how much energy you’re currently using
  • recommendations of home improvements to make your home more energy efficient
  • behaviours you can change to cut your energy bills, such as turning down your room thermostat by 1°C to save up to 10% on your heating bill

An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is awarded to a home as part of a Home Energy Audit.

 


Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

An EPC tells you how efficient your home is and gives it a rating from A (very efficient) to G (inefficient). Information about how your home is built and how it is heated is used to generate an EPC.

It gives you a personalised list of home improvements that can increase your home’s EPC rating.

It also estimates how much energy your household currently uses. It then shows you how much energy you can save by making each of the home improvements.

EPC ratings give you a standardised way to compare your home with others.

EPCs can only be generated by a qualified assessor.

What a Home Energy Audit involves

A qualified assessor will visit you at your home to carry out an audit. This visit takes between 45 minutes to 1.5 hours. The assessor will need access to every room in your home so that they can take measurements, photos and notes on how it’s built.

The assessor will ask you questions, such as whether you have your heating on a timer, and if so when it switches on and off.

After the visit the assessor will use the information they collected about your home to generate the EPC. They put the information into an online tool that has been personalised for Jersey homes.

The assessor will send you a copy of the EPC and run through the recommendations with you.

Cost of a Home Energy Audit

The cost of a Home Energy Audit varies depending on factors such as:

  • age of your home
  • size of your home
  • if your home has had lots of extensions

It is likely to be in the region of £200 to £400.  This is a guide only and we recommend you get at least three comparison quotes before you select your assessor.

Apply for funding for a Home Energy Audit

We are offering up to £250 funding per property towards a Home Energy Audit. This subsidy value increased in mid January 2020. Funding is dependent on the size of your home:

  • £200 for 1 to 2 bedroom property
  • £250 for 3+ bedroom property

You can apply for funding if:

  • you own the property
  • the property hasn’t had a Home Energy Audit before

Funding is not available for Andium Homes properties.

Apply for Home Energy Audit funding

Funding will be allocated on a first come first serve basis. You will be told within five working days of applying whether funding is available to you.

Your funding must be confirmed before your Home Energy Audit takes place, and must be carried out by a qualified assessor. We recommend you get at least three comparison quotes before you select your assessor, though you can get as many quotes as you wish.  

If your Home Energy Audit costs more than subsidy amount you are responsible for paying the extra.

Funding will be valid for eight weeks from the date it is issued. If the audit is not completed by the agreed date or any other terms and conditions are breached, the full cost of the audit is your responsibility.

You must email Energy Advice of you decide to not carry out a Home Energy Audit for whatever reason so that the subsidy can be reallocated.

 

Landlords and multiple homes

Landlords that own more than one property may apply multiple times. Up to 10 subsidies can be claimed per person.

If you would like to apply for a Parish owned property email energy advice to find out more.

Find an approved assessor for a Home Energy Audit

A list of accredited Home Energy Audit assessors who have indicated their availability for the next few weeks can be found below.  

A list of all accredited assessors can be found on the Quidos website by searching JE in the postcode box and RdSAP in the type of energy assessor. 

Assessors have all completed Level 3 Diploma in Domestic Energy Assessment training.

Company / Assessor name Email Contact number
​Cad Studio, Chris Abraham 
cadstudiojersey@gmail.com+44 (0) 7797 780777​
Elite Building Solutions, John Pyne
johnpyne@hotmail.com +44 (0) 7700 701502
​Godel Architects, Andreas Doublard
andreas@godelarchitects.com+44 (0) 1534 486050​
Henderson Green, Adam Harris
adam.h@hgp-jersey.com +44 (0) 1534 871890
​Heath Kearns
​heathkearns10@gmail.com
​+44 (0) 1534 722243
JMAC, John MacPherson johnmacpherson123@mail.com +44 (0) 7829 877005
John Le Couilliard
johnlecouilliard@gmail.com +44 (0) 7797 782062
John-Paul Sheehanjohnsheehanepc@icloud.com +44 (0) 7797 815275
Langlois Design & Build,  Simon Langloissimon@ldab.co.uk +44 (0) 1534 747764
​Mark Weeks
weeksy7@gmail.com+44 (0) 7797 711199​
Micron M&E Services, Jason Doherty jason@micron.je +44 (0) 7797 818903
Nova Consultancy, Jack Cannonjack@novaconsultancy.je +44 (0) 7797 773362
Russell Surveying Services, Colin Russellsurvey@russss.com +44 (0) 1534 285188
Samantha Sellorssam@elliottdesignpartnership.com +44 (0) 1534 630868

If you are a newly qualified assessor and would like to be included in this list or if you are on this list and are no longer taking audit bookings, email energy advice.

Comments and complaints

Any complaints about the audit or the assessor should be directed to the assessor in the first instance. They will provide you with a copy of their complaints procedure.

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