New LES and TER Now Uploaded
The new landlord energy statement now features:
- Clearer design and a revised format featuring hover buttons which bring up explanatory notes on the various fields to guide users through the process of completion of the LES
- A choice of whether to complete a Building LES (reporting the whole annual energy use of the landlord's services in the building, with reapportionment via floor area) or a tenant LES (prepared separately for each tenant). The tenant LES will show how much energy the landlord used on individual's behalf in the year concerned
- The ability to extract data from the workbooks as XML fields, permitting the exporting of data between databases for use in other initiatives, such as paid for benchmarking services and display energy certificates
The tenant's energy review (TER) is a tool which allows tenants to assemble information on the energy and emissions attributable to the energy they purchase directly from suppliers. It also records 'stress' factors (such as high densities of occupation, long hours and intensive energy uses, like dealing rooms and data centres). It assists tenants in making energy reductions in the electricity uses they control through the production of an automated energy savings report, helping to identify potential savings opportunities.
It can be downloaded by registrants to this website. Any queries can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org