What is being measured or tested during the Home Energy assessment?

What is being measured or tested during the Home Energy assessment?

The following areas are being assessed:
Construction materials
Heating system
Cooling system
Lighting
Hot water system
Renewable energy sources
Draughts
Insulation

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