While Welsh local authorities, housing associations and social landlords are well aware of the funding mechanisms ECO and Green Deal, finding the key to unlock them to maximise their support is where the confusion lies.
That’s precisely why Community Housing Cymru, IRT Surveys and SERS have come together to host an event that showcases the roadmap to maximising funding for energy efficiency in hard to treat social housing (non-trad, solid wall, off-gas, hard-to-treat cavities) – PLACES ARE LIMITED and we’d like to invite you to join us.
With talks from Shea Jones (Community Housing Cymru), Stewart Little (IRT) and Andrew Dunn (SERS), attendees will gain valuable insights from some of the UK’s most respected energy professionals and learn all they need to know to secure the maximum funding possible.
Join us for..
9:45 – Registration, Refreshments (and a Bacon Roll)
10:15 – Community Housing Cymru Group: Targets for Carbon Reduction and Fuel Poverty
Shea Jones, Energy and Sustainability Officer/Swyddog Ynni a ChynaliadwyeddCommunity Housing Cymru Group / Grŵp Cartrefi Cymunedol Cymru
10:30 – Roadmap to ECO funding – Understanding OFGEM guidelines; Holistic ‘whole house’ approach to the stock condition
Stewart Little, CEO, IRT Surveys
11:15 – Selecting stock with ECO qualifying criteria to “maximise” funding
Andrew Dunn, SERS Energy Solutions
12:00 – Case Study of Success – Taff Housing
12:30 – Lunch & Networking
13:30 – Close and Next Steps – Identify stock that meets the ECO qualifying criteria