Our OCDEA Scheme is approved by the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government
Contact us via phone or email to discuss your membership or receive support
Receiving a free download of FSAP, used by more than 50% of new build energy assessors
Stroma Certification’s OCDEA Certification scheme is approved by the MHCLG (Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government). It provides certification for energy assessors to perform assessments in line with the requirements of the Standard Assessment Procedure for the energy rating of dwellings.
This is the Government’s methodology for calculating the energy performance of dwellings within the UK in compliance with the Energy Performance of Buildings Regulations (EPBR). All new homes are required to have an EPC and SAP assessment produced upon sale or let.
Stroma Certification is the foremost certification body for energy assessors in the UK. Our OCDEA Certification scheme is free to join and our expert SAP team delivers support and assistance to ensure our members reach the highest standards in new build assessment. We have been providing certification schemes to energy assessors for more than a decade and are committed to competitive lodgement fees for SAP assessments.
£0 Annual Certification
£5.99 Lodgement Fee
£120 Service Charge per year (if lodging less than 50 EPCs per annum)
All quoted prices exclude VAT. Your total lodgement fee will be the fee per lodgement, plus the Landmark fee
FSAP Software is the industry's most advanced SAP software tool to help energy assessors complete SAP assessments for new build properties. Developed in-house, our industry approved software supports assessors to comply with the Standard Assessment Procedure (SAP). FSAP’s user friendly dashboard saves time with batch lodgement, quick save and site analysis features. Make adjustments to your data and see the effects in real-time, plus update to new FSAP versions automatically.
If you are unclear on any aspect of the certification process please contact Stroma Certification by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0345 621 1111.