Czech Republic

New §6a incorporated to the amendment of Energy Management Act (406/2000 Coll.) will be in force in the Czech Republic from 1.01.2009. It means that after this date all new or renovated buildings (excluding buildings defined in §6a article (8) such as experimental and temporary used buildings, churches, farm buildings, and detached houses with area below 50 m2) will require an energy performance certificate. Author: Jan PEJTER (Enviros)Date:   28/11/07
Post date: 4 Mayo 2009
Type: Ask the Experts

Expert for building certification is accredited by the Ministry of Industry and Trade. According to the §6a article (7) of the Energy Management Act (406/2000 Coll.) certificates may only be produced by a person who: 1. has a registration number of energy auditor or 2. is registered as authorised architect or authorised engineer and technician by the Czech chamber of certified engineers and technicians. Author: Jan PEJTER (Enviros)Date:   28/11/07
Post date: 4 Mayo 2009
Type: Ask the Experts

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 Mayo 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 Mayo 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.
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Post date: 13 Oct 2006
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