Part L: What does this actually mean for your build programme?

And how to avoid potential delays!
Live Webinar by Eco2Solar - Thursday 27th July at 12pm

Thursday 27th July at 12pm

The new Part L regulations are now in place, but what does this mean for you?

The transition phase of the new Part L regulations ended on June 15th 2023 and all new build housing plots are now required to comply with increased energy efficiency standards, reducing carbon emissions in new builds by 31%.

The impact of this increase on your supply chain is huge as your suppliers work to accommodate an unprecedented increase in demand.

During this webinar Ryan Mee and Andrew Smith will look at the ideal timeline for Solar PV on your project and the potential obstacles you may face by leaving this too late.

The speakers

Ryan Mee

Chief Operating Officer

Ryan came to Eco2Solar with many years of experience in sales, marketing and customer care in a variety of industries. Ryan has a passion for the environment and is determined to make renewable energy the future for British homes. Ryan is responsible for the entire sales team and for opening up new accounts for Eco2Solar.

Andrew Smith

Head of Commercial

Andrew is our Head of Commercial and has been with Eco2Solar for the last 10 years, he graduated from university with a Geography BSc and has always had a keen interest in the environment and renewable energy. Andrew is responsible for managing and guiding the Sales, Customer Service and Customer Care team on a daily basis and is focused on ensuring we continue to deliver excellent service to our customers from start to finish.

What is Part L?

The upcoming Future Homes Standard, set to be implemented in 2025, will see the housebuilding industry take a giant leap towards helping the UK government meet its 2050 net zero target by shrinking carbon dioxide emissions in new build homes by 80%.

While 2025 still seems quite a way off, the government’s recently published changes to Part L of the Building Regulations (the conservation of fuel and power) will act as an interim measure to pave the way towards implementing the Future Homes Standard.

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