EP&T Global

Did you know?

Our clients have been ranked No1 in the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index for Real Estate for the past six out of seven years.


Energy savings achieved to date at York House, British Land HQ, London.

Did you know?

EP&T's pioneering technology is used in British Land’s new London landmark, The Leadenhall building.

Marina Residences, Palm Jumeirah

Significant reductions in energy and water consumption


Achieved 27% electricity reduction – exceeding target. Return of investment delivered in 13 months. Tornado Tower, Qatar

Diageo, Australia

Delivering operational savings and sustainability reporting services

Deutsche Bank, Australia

Significant reductions in energy, water and waste

RPAH Medical Centre

Increased building rating by three stars (NABERS) and saved 39% in electricity to date


Why Are Some Buildings Less Efficient Than They Are Designed to Be?

EP&T Global will co-host a think tank with New London Architecture (NLA) to discuss why some new commercial buildings see a disparity between the design and the actual sustainability performance post development. It is viewed that even buildings that meet regulatory requirements and achieve BREEAM certification, end up falling short in delivering the energy performance they are expected to.

Chaired by Peter Murray, Chairman of NLA, it will bring together over 20 senior stakeholders across the design, development, build and operational professions to discuss this topical area and explore how the right information can be found and better translated throughout the building life-cycle to transform current practices.

The think tank will take place on Friday 14 September at the NLA offices in central London. For further information, please contact the UK team on info@eptglobal.co.uk