BRE: ECO Calculator Tool
Peter Ward
EPBD Scheme Manager

Part of the BRE Trust
What is ECO?
– ECO is the Energy Company Obligation. It is a new mandatory requirement
under the Energy Act 2011 for all l...
When does ECO start?
– ECO started on 1st January 2013 and the first three ‘phases’ will run
until 31st March 2017. After ...
Recommended reading

Energy Companies Obligation
Version 1.1
Three distinct obligations:
– Carbon Emissions Reduction Obligation (CERO):
promotes the installation of solid wall and ha...
Where do I take the CO2 and energy cost savings data from?
ECO Calculator Tool - Demonstration
BRE ECO Calculator Tool
BRE ECO Calculator Tool
ECO Calculator Tool – Video Link
– http://vimeo.com/73477320
How to join BRE Global Energy Assessor Scheme
– To join our scheme and start using the ECO software
– www.bre.co.uk/accred...
Contact details
Email: enquiries@breassessor.co.uk
Telephone: 0333 321 8811

Website: www.bre.co.uk/accreditation
Any Questions?
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ECO Assessment Calculator Demo 4 March 2014

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A quick introduction to the Energy Company Obligation and the revised BRE tool for registered domestic energy assessors (DEAs), helping them identify the most suitable measures and calculate the energy savings and carbon scores

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ECO Assessment Calculator Demo 4 March 2014

  1. 1. BRE: ECO Calculator Tool Peter Ward EPBD Scheme Manager Part of the BRE Trust
  2. 2. What is ECO? – ECO is the Energy Company Obligation. It is a new mandatory requirement under the Energy Act 2011 for all large gas and electricity suppliers to fund energy efficiency improvements to dwellings in the UK. – ECO replaces two previous schemes - CERT (Carbon Emissions Reduction Target) and CESP (Community Energy Savings Programme). – Energy suppliers who built up excess contributions under CERT and CESP can carry credits over into ECO, subject to certain qualifying circumstances.
  3. 3. When does ECO start? – ECO started on 1st January 2013 and the first three ‘phases’ will run until 31st March 2017. After that date, further targets are likely to be set by Ofgem on behalf of the Government. – The full rules and procedures for the running of ECO are contained in the Ofgem document: ‘Energy Companies Obligation (ECO): Guidance for Suppliers (Version 1.1)’ dated 17th July 2013.
  4. 4. Recommended reading Energy Companies Obligation Version 1.1
  5. 5. Three distinct obligations: – Carbon Emissions Reduction Obligation (CERO): promotes the installation of solid wall and hard-to-treat cavity wall insulation alongside packages of measures – Carbon Savings Community Obligation (CSCO): promotes the installation of insulating measures and connections to district heating systems in areas of low income and rural areas – Home Heating Cost Reduction Obligation (HHCRO): promotes the installation of measures, including the repair and replacement of boilers, to homes in receipt of certain benefits, to reduce the overall cost of space heating
  6. 6. Where do I take the CO2 and energy cost savings data from?
  7. 7. ECO Calculator Tool - Demonstration
  8. 8. BRE ECO Calculator Tool
  9. 9. BRE ECO Calculator Tool
  10. 10. ECO Calculator Tool – Video Link – http://vimeo.com/73477320
  11. 11. How to join BRE Global Energy Assessor Scheme – To join our scheme and start using the ECO software – www.bre.co.uk/accreditation/application.jsp
  12. 12. Contact details Email: enquiries@breassessor.co.uk Telephone: 0333 321 8811 Website: www.bre.co.uk/accreditation
  13. 13. Any Questions?

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