Private landlords are set to learn all about how to make their properties greener at a conference in London next week.

On March 10th, Energy Efficiency Partnership for Homes is hosting a conference entitled Save Energy, Save Money at City Hall in London.

There, private landlords will be shown how going green can give themselves a marketing advantage to help them secure tenancy agreements.

Additional workshops will focus on misconceptions about energy-efficiency measures and there will also be a discussion on Energy Performance Certificates (EPC).

Speakers are set to include Ian Potter from the Association of Residential Lettings Agents and Richard Macphail from National Energy Services.

As the private-rented sector continues to get ever more crowded in the current economic climate, private landlords who achieve a good EPC rating might steal a march on their competitors.

EPCs provide prospective tenants with energy information related to a rental property, such as a likely estimate of how much their fuel bills will cost.ADNFCR-2002-ID-19057296-ADNFCR

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