Elmhurst Energy, the leading energy performance measurement specialist is celebrating its 25th anniversary.
Formed in 1993, the company has gone from strength to strength over the past two and a half decades, growing to over 7,000 members, served by 68 employees from its Lutterworth headquarters.
“This is a proud milestone for Elmhurst Energy, but we never stand still,” says Stephen O’Hara, chair. “We continue to add value for our members, respond to government consultations and promote the interests of energy assessors. Our mission has been, and will continue to be, to create a more energy efficient society through valuable assessment and driving the improvement of all homes and businesses throughout the UK.”
In a busy six-month period, the company has replied to dozens of important government consultations, and has also represented energy assessors at a key industry conference where discussions were held with government and industry professionals about the future of Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) and the role of the Energy Assessor.
“In our 25th year we will continue to promote our energy assessor membership, develop the highest standard of assessment software and push the EPC as the very best way to measure energy performance in buildings. We are also currently developing a special 25th year ‘Manifesto for Change’ which highlights the ongoing importance of energy assessors for reducing fuel poverty, energy consumption and the negative impact of climate change,” said Martyn Reed, managing director.