Alliance Energy joins the LTM Holdings Group
Alliance Energy (Pty) Ltd is a SANAS Accredited Inspection Body to issue Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) for Buildings as defined by SANS 1544:2014 (EPC0004). We effectively integrate the stringent requirements of the SANAS accredited quality management system with a client focused digitised process and delivery ethic. As a new industry, a large part of the market requires education and hand-holding to understand and successfully navigate the requisites to ultimately achieve the best possible energy performance level. We aim to simplify and support our clients whilst maintaining the objectivity, confidentiality and professionalism principles. Our Green Code, Empowerment Code and Customer Experience Code are all internal focus areas that align the team to exceptional performance and responsibility.
The Alliance Energy team is distinguished by our highly qualified engineers, architects and technicians and network of experienced specialists who have extensive energy and auditing experience, and are passionate about meaningfully contributing to the energy efficiency drive. Our prominent leadership has over 60 collective years of specialized engineering, energy auditing, measurement and verification, SANAS accreditation system and project management knowledge and practical proficiency. To play an active role in the development of the industry, we are members of the Green Building Council of South Africa (GBCSA) and the South African Energy Efficiency Confederation (SAEEC).
Based in Fourways, Johannesburg, we operate across South Africa.
WHY an EPC?
Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) is the result of an Inspection & Verification assessment of the energy utilisation and relative efficiency of a qualifying building. It hence provides Building Owners and Facilities Managers with information on their building’s energy efficiency status, which then allows them to improve this measure with various retrofit and operational initiatives. An energy efficient building attracts higher purchase prices, better occupancy rates and reduced operational costs, and contributes to lower energy consumption and ultimately less greenhouse gas emissions.
EPCs have been in place for decades in other countries such as Europe, United Kingdom, Australia, United States and has been instrumental in successfully driving the more effective use of energy in the built environment. The image below, courtesy of the World Green Building Council, demonstrates the numerous United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals that are supported by resource-efficient, environmentally responsible buildings.