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According to the §6a article (2) of the Energy Management Act (406/2000 Coll.) each builder, building owner or association of owners of the apartments are obliged to certify by building certificate that a a) new constructed building or b) large existing building (over 1 000 m2) under major renovation meets minimal energy requirements on energy performance. Buildings which are rented or sold are obliged to present a building certificate only in case of a) or b) as above. The building certificate is valid for 10 years.
Post date: 4 May 2009
Type: Ask the Experts

Energy performance of building is the amount of energy actually consumed or estimated to meet the different needs associated with a standardised use of the building, which may include, inter alia, heating, hot water heating, cooling, ventilation and lighting.
Post date: 4 May 2009
Type: Ask the Experts

On 29th March 2006, the Parliament of the Czech Republic has adopted the amendment of Act on Energy Management (www.mpo.cz – just Czech version of the Act) transposing the EPBD into the Czech law by its Articles §6 (boiler & AIC inspection), §6a (requirements for new and renovated buildings, building certification). The Act came into force on 1st July 2006.
Post date: 4 May 2009
Type: Ask the Experts

Post date: 2 May 2009
Type: Link

Post date: 1 May 2009
Type: Link

Post date: 13 Oct 2006
Type: Publication

Post date: 13 Oct 2006
Type: Publication

Post date: 13 Oct 2006
Type: Publication