Stroma have conducted a risk assessment in the event of a Coronavirus outbreak affecting the business. Updated 17th March.
Stroma Certification is the UK's leading certification body for energy assessors. Our Stroma approved (for DEA, DEC, DOCEA, NDEA, ACEA, Section 63, Inventory, ESOS and Legionella) certification schemes are trusted by more than half of the energy assessment industry.
Stroma Certification provides a BIM Certification scheme for certification against PAS 1192-2:2013, PAS 1192-3:2013 and other related standards.
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We are a market-leading and award-winning provider of a wide range of approved certification schemes. Our diverse catalogue of training courses is informed by our knowledge as a certification body from a commitment to uphold and improve standards within the energy industry. We are also committed to assisting consumers and supporting them to find competent industry professionals.
Whether you're an assessor or a business our combination of services will help you achieve compliance and market advantage. We operate across the built environment for new build, existing build, domestic and non-domestic property.
Scotland’s latest Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) rollout has been postponed until after the COVID-19 crisis
Stroma Director of Energy Certification and Chair of PEPA briefs Lord Foster regarding the Domestic Property Energy Performance Bill
The first cohort of Retrofit Assessors, trained by Stroma Certification on the new PAS 2035 standard have now become fully certified
Stroma Director of Certification, Andrew Parkin reflects on the 2020 PEPA Conference
We're exhibiting at Futurebuild in March to discuss PAS 2035 and more
Stroma Certification has issued a response to the Government's consultation on commercial MEES
Stroma welcomes this consultation response, as it now provides clarity on the pathway ahead for Domestic Retrofit, initially under ECO
On the 1st April 2020 there will be a change to the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards or MEES for domestic landlords.
Stroma Certification’s Director of Energy Certification, Andrew Parkin has delivered a PAS 2035 CPD Webinar
Stroma will close our installer certification business but continue delivering Certification and Training services for Energy Assessors
As we move past the half way mark of the year, we held a Certification update for the division at Stroma Head Office in Castleford.
Government announces new TrustMark scheme for low-income households
Is government failing to meet EPBD Regulations regarding Display Energy Certificates?
Stroma Certification’s Director of Energy Certification, Andy Parkin is leading the PAS 2035 Working Group
The Stroma Group recently delivered a full CPD day for DCHI Committee members, to offer certification insight and advice
BioStraw has been awarded ISO 9001 & ISO 14001 Certification by Stroma Certification
The Government has released new guides to consumers about the process of buying & selling a home with information on the EPC
MEES Regulations were amended on 1 April 2019 so that landlords in domestic properties may need to fund energy efficiency improvements
Changes to the MEES regulations will require landlords to spend a minimum on installing energy efficiency measures.
Responding to policy reforms with Smart Auditing and new SORs.
Stroma Certification shares its response to the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy’s EPC Call for Evidence consultation
Stroma responds to Scottish Government proposals on setting a minimum energy efficiency target for all buildings in Scotland.
Government releases Call for Evidence to seek views on the effectiveness of Energy Performance Certificates.
We take a look at the demographics of people involved with BIM, including their location and where they conduct their project work.
Stroma responds to the BEIS consultation on their new proposed framework for energy and carbon reporting.
Stroma’s response to consultation on amending the Domestic Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard (MEES) Regulations.
The consultation seeks views on the proposal to amend the MEES Regulations to introduce a capped financial contribution for landlords.
The Government has published its final response to the SAP consultation and concerns from a range of interested groups.
The DCLG has announced a revised set of RdSAP conventions (v10.0) which must be applied by all RdSAP Energy Assessors from 31st December 2017.
On Sunday 19th November, RdSAP 9.92 will be replaced with the new 9.93 version for domestic EPCs.
In preparation for RdSAP 9.93, we are pleased to announce that our RSAP+ EPC and OA Modules have received BRE approval for use with the latest RdSAP methodology.
Read the BEIS guidance document on the new minimum energy efficiency standard for the domestic private rental sector.
August 2017 marks the 10 year anniversary of the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) for domestic properties.
As part of the consulting process, Stroma has responded to the Scottish Governments consultation about MEES in Scotland.
Stroma Certification has responded to The Scottish Energy Performance Certificate Register consultation about the future of the EPC
Stroma prepares to launch the new update to RSAP+ Software, including cross-platform functionality.
Stroma Certification have released some new dates for the DEA CPD Roadshow across the UK. Book your place.
The Scottish Government has launched a new energy efficiency incentive for the domestic sector with loans available up to £32,500
Stroma Certification responds to the Scottish Government consultation for minimum energy efficiency standards for the private rental sector.
It will be unlawful to let domestic & non-domestic properties with an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of F or G from April 2018
Energy Assessor members should be aware that DCLG has released EPC and DEC data after a review by the Information Commissioner
BEIS formally respond to the ECO consultation
Consultation on the methodologies for SAP and RdSAP.
Bonfield Review outcome and SOR consultation released
Pleased to win Certification Body of the Year 2016
Confirmed ministerial team for Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy