CIBSE LODGEMENT PORTAL
Welcome to the brand new portal. Low carbon energy assessors can purchase credits, lodge energy certificates and complete audits all in one place.
New EPC Software versions
CIBSE Certification has been informed of an important update in the EPC software that will affect lodgements after the 30th of May 2018. The ability to create xml files and lodge Non-Domestic EPCs using SBEM version 5.3.a for England and Wales will be switched off.
We advise our EPC assessors to update their software to the latest at their earliest convenience and complete any outstanding projects that need to be completed on SBEM version 5.3.a before the 30th May 2018.
For i-SBEM users, the latest version of i-SBEM is available at https://www.uk-ncm.org.uk , the third-party software users should contact their software providers and ask for instructions on how to update their software packages to the latest version.
Please note that for Northern Ireland, version 4.1.g is still the one to be used for EPCs and Compliance with the Regulations.
Lodge your Certificate
Fully qualified low carbon energy assessors can lodge energy certificates via the lodgement portal
The Scheme requirements are that Professional Indemnity (PII) and Public Liability (PLI) insurance must be kept up to date and copy certificates sent to your scheme provider or you will be suspended from the Scheme. You can check the insurance requirements in the SORs by clicking on this link https://www.cibseenergycentre.co.uk/qa-portal/quality-assurance.html . All PII and PLI certificates must be emailed to email@example.com.
Purchasing Lodgement Credits
To lodge a certificate you will first need to purchase lodgement credits which can be bought by you as an individual or as an organisation from the main CIBSE website...click here for full details.
Energy Assessors are informed that all third party data which the Register provides as part of the Services (including, but not limited to, Post Office Address File (PAF); Met Office Degree Days Data and CIBSE Benchmark Data) is supplied "as is" without any warranty as to its accuracy or completeness. Address related queries can only be resolved if they are raised with Landmark prior to their lodgement into the Register.