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Energy performance & sustainability analysis for the property and construction sectors

We provide advice and guidance on
energy performance and sustainability standards
for new and existing buildings.

Decarbonisation Strategies

Decarbonisation strategies for social housing


Performance standards for new homes

New Homes

Performance Standards

Energy statements

Energy Statements


Building regulations for construction

Building Regulations


Modern Office Building

Building Regulations

Commercial Buildings

Thermal modelling



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With the UK Government committing to reducing greenhouse gas emissions to ‘net zero’ by 2050, reducing the energy use of our buildings is more important than ever.


While reaching ‘net-zero’ emissions presents the property and construction sectors with many challenges, it also gives us the opportunity to develop new ways to heat and power our buildings, and to reconsider the importance of the indoor environment on our health and wellbeing.


With over 20 years’ experience we are well placed to provide advice and guidance. Our skill lies in translating policy into practice, making it clear the steps you can take to implement higher standards of energy performance into your projects.


Resolution Energy can ensure that your project complies with the latest Government regulations for energy ratings for new buildings. We are fully accredited to carry out SAP calculations and SBEM calculations.

Working with Resolution Energy


Empowering you to take action to reduce the environmental impact of buildings.



Providing honest, independent and direct advice.


Giving you a clear understanding of your options.


Working together to find the right solution.

Environmental impact
New build homes

Helping the property & construction sectors with

Decarbonisation strategies

Energy performance standards

SBEM calculations

Energy modelling

SAP calculations

Building Regulation compliance

Our clients include

Local Authorities, Housing Associations, Architects, Housing Developers, Landlords and Contractors.

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