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Energy legislation website launched

A new energy legislation website dedicated to the UK commercial property market has been launched by Carbon2018 Limited.

The Energy Legislation Hub is an online platform dedicated to providing the UK commercial property sector with access to free, impartial information on current and future energy compliance issues, while providing a vehicle to respond to consultations and steer future energy legislation.

A host of legislative topics are covered, ranging from the Heat Networks (Metering and Billing) Regulations 2014, Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS), Water Retail Market Deregulation 2017, Mandatory Carbon Reporting, Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) Regulations 2015 and the De-aggregation of Gas Supplies.

Carbon2018 says the new platform provides the property sector with the reassurance that everything they need to know to be compliant with the array of energy legislations can be found in one place.

Features of the website include social media integration with Twitter and LinkedIn to foster improved communication and ease of sharing amongst business connections. The site will be constantly updated with helpful information, articles, blogs, live forums, consultation papers and government announcements.

Compliance director at Carbon2018 Limited, Melanie Kendall-Reid, said: “The need for property professionals to be furnished with the information required to make informed decisions on asset management and investment has never been greater. The Energy Legislation Hub was our response to this.”

The new website is at with the option to register to receive regular alerts on the latest energy legislation as soon as they are publicly announced.










2 June 2015


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