PAS 2030:2017 Online Single Licence Specification for the installation of energy efficiency measures (EEM) in existing buildings

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PAS 2030:2017 Online Single Licence

Specification for the installation of energy efficiency measures (EEM) in existing buildings

Status : Current   Published : January 2017

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PAS 2030:2017 Online Single Licence 
Specification for the installation of energy efficiency measures (EEM) in existing buildings

What will you get when you buy PAS 2030 from us?

Each purchase of PAS 2030 will include 12 months’ access to PAS 2030 Online, our dedicated digital service, which comprises access to the standard and subsequent updates. A PDF of the full standard is available within the service, where it can be accessed, downloaded and printed easily. Relevant sections of the PAS can be bookmarked for easy access and printing.

Please note that we can no longer provide printed copies of PAS 2030. 

By purchasing today you will receive access to:

  • The new PAS 2030:2017 Online platform
  • PAS 2030:2014 (PDF)
  • A version comparison table to highlight the changes since PAS 2030:2014


Overview

PAS 2030 was revised in response to changes in UK legislation relating to energy efficiency, and to meet the evolving requirements of suppliers and users of energy efficiency measures. 

This revision was sponsored by BEIS Home Energy (formerly DECC) and supports ECO (the Energy Company Obligation) – the UK Government’s energy efficiency scheme to help reduce carbon emissions and tackle fuel poverty.

Who is the PAS for?

 This PAS is intended for use by any entity undertaking the installation of any products and/or systems designed to improve the energy efficiency of existing buildings. It will be essential to installers of energy efficiency measures and to certification bodies looking to assess PAS 2030 compliance. 

What does the PAS cover?

 This PAS specifies requirements for the installation of energy efficiency measures (EEM) in an existing building (not new build) and now includes definitive requirements for the design content to be inspected and validated by installers as well as the methods, processes and procedures to be employed in their installation, commissioning and handover.

It sets out requirements for the installation of energy efficiency measures (EEM) in existing buildings used for both dwelling and non-dwelling purposes. 

It includes:

  • Requirements in respect of installation processes, process management and service provision 
  • Criteria relating to installation methods, equipment and tools
  • Product or system and material suitability 
  • The commissioning of installed measures
  • The training, skills and competence of the people undertaking such installations. 

In addition, this edition includes information provided to help installers fulfil their responsibility to ensure the effective co-functioning of EEM installed in the same building.

This PAS comprises core requirements to be met by any entity claiming conformance to it, supplemented by Annexes setting out additional requirements for each included measure type. 

It requires claims of conformance to be in respect of the core requirements, and all Annexes relevant to the installation to be undertaken by the claiming entity, to identify whether the claim is on the basis of self-assessment, other party assessment or independent third-party validation and to differentiate between installation undertaken on the basis of an installer provided EEM design and that undertaken in accordance with an EEM design provided by an independent third party.

Annex A provides detail of the PAS 2030 measure-specific annex structure and its relationship to the list of specified measures, and includes information to help installers fulfil their responsibility for ensuring the correct functional relationship between EEM installed in the same building.

Annexes B, C & D provide specific requirements relating to particular energy efficiency measures for application by installers undertaking installation of those measures. These Annexes also include additional requirements in respect of the provision of information to customers.

Annex E identifies the points of substantive change between PAS 2030: 2014 and PAS 2030: 2017.

Annex F sets out guidance on the use and application of PAS 2030: 2017.

Annex G provides an example installation project information collation form that can be copied and used by installers to assist demonstration of their compliance with this PAS.

Note: This PAS does not include requirements relating to the certification of PAS 2030 compliance by independent third parties, which is covered by PAS 2031:2017 developed in conjunction with this PAS.

Note: This PAS is not available as a hard copy. Purchasers will buy a licence with which to view the specification online.

How is the 2017 revision different from the 2014 version?

It now includes definitive requirements for the design content to be inspected and validated by installers as well as the methods, processes and procedures to be employed in their installation, commissioning and handover.

In addition, this edition includes information provided to help installers fulfil their responsibility to ensure the effective co-functioning of EEM installed in the same building.

The increased emphasis on the suitability of new installations for their host building is the first step in a new standards’ development programme intended to boost the effectiveness of EEM retrofits.




Standard NumberPAS 2030:2017 Online Single Licence
TitleSpecification for the installation of energy efficiency measures (EEM) in existing buildings
StatusCurrent
Publication Date31 January 2017
ReplacesPAS 2030:2014 Online Single Licence
DescriptorsEnergy consumption, Energy conservation, Efficiency, Housing, Buildings, Thermal efficiency, Design, Thermal design of buildings, Architectural design, Structural design, Climate, Ventilation, Space-heating systems, Domestic facilities, Thermal environment systems, Design calculations, Repair, Renovation, Building maintenance, Fuel consumption, Econometrics
ICS91.120.10
91.140.10
CommitteeZZ/2
ISBN978 0 580 82569 9
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages204
File Size16.86 MB
Price£80.00


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