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HECA is BACK - DECC HECA overiew

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An overview of the requirements of the new HECA regulations.

An overview of the requirements of the new HECA regulations.

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  • 1. The new HECA guidance Steve Ives DECC
  • 2. HECA: Context •Green Deal changes the landscape •Chance for LAs to flag opportunities •Localism •Recognition of realities on the ground •Central data now produced and published 2
  • 3. HECA: Context •What HECA requires •‘Significant improvement’? •Statutory duty - Enforcement? 3
  • 4. HECA: What is required? •Reports by 31 March 2013 – progress reports every 2 years thereafter •‘Significant improvement’ – use of financial assistance & area based approaches •Report to cover - Ambitions and Priorities, Measures & Timescale 4
  • 5. HECA: Reports Local energy efficiency ambitions and priorities: •Existing plans e.g. strategies, Climate Local plans •Affordable Warmth strategies? •Supporting guidance •Baseline - DECC data 5
  • 6. HECA: Reports •Measures that take advantage of financial assistance and other benefits offered from central Government initiatives; •Measures which an authority has developed to implement energy efficiency improvements cost-effectively in residential accommodation by using area based/street by street roll out involving local communities and partnerships 6
  • 7. HECA: Reports Timeframe for delivery and national and local partners: •When are you going to deliver measures? •Who are you proposing to work with? •Joint HECA reports? •Commercial sensitivities? 7
  • 8. Thank you – Questions?steve.ives@decc.gsi.gov.uk

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