CECB® Certificat Energétique Cantonal des Bâtiments (Cantonal Energy Certificate for Buildings)
Whether it's a villa, apartment building, office or school building, old or new construction, SEIC will carry out an objective energy audit of your property, in line with the Certificat Energétique Cantonal des Bâtiments (Cantonal Energy Certificate for Buildings). This gives you precise information on the efficiency of the building envelope and overall energy efficiency (consumption of heating, domestic hot water, lighting, etc.).
Please note that this certificate is mandatory if you sell or renovate your home.
In addition to the energy label assigned to your building - from A "very energy-efficient" to G "not very energy-efficient" - you can identify any renovation work recommended by the audit report.
CEBS® Plus complements the energy certificate
The CECB® Plus audit enables you to identify potential improvements to maximize your building's energy potential. Optimization actions are described in detail, and alternatives are suggested. In addition, indications are given of the required investments and maintenance costs; a transparent cost structure that facilitates the decision to invest.
Benefits at a glance
- Identify the potential for energy improvements in the building envelope and building technology.
- Suggested improvement actions prioritized according to their cost-effectiveness ratio.
- Ideal for planning building modernization measures, avoiding inefficient actions.
How much does a CECB® and a CECB® Plus cost?
1 to 2 apartments CHF 670.00
More than 10 apartments CHF 1125.00
1 to 2 apartments CHF 1700.00
More than 10 units CHF 2350.00
Option: analysis feedback session: + CHF 240.
*Some communes, such as Gland and Prangins, offer subsidies for their residents. Cantonal subsidies may also be available; CHF 1,000.- or CHF 1,500.- (CECB® Plus with compulsory feedback session).
Consom'action" electrical audit to better control your electricity consumption
With SEIC and its "Consom'action" audit, make substantial energy savings by analyzing the consumption of your electrical installations. This comprehensive analysis enables you to identify the actions you need to take to reduce your overall electricity bills and intelligently optimize the use of your equipment.
How does the Consom'action audit work?
Cost and subsidy of the "Consom'action" audit
Valued at CHF 330, the "Consom'action" audit is subsidized up to 33% by SEIC (CHF 110) for customers residing in its electricity service area. Some communes, such as Prangins, Gland and Begnins, offer an additional subsidy (from CHF 110.- to CHF 220.-) to their residents.
Our specific tips for reducing your energy consumption
By managing, automating and controlling the equipment in your home, you can reduce your building's electricity consumption and cut your electricity bills. Here are some easy-to-implement solutions: