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An overview of how Green Deal, ECO and other finance can be used to fulfil local HECA ambitions.

An overview of how Green Deal, ECO and other finance can be used to fulfil local HECA ambitions.

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  • There are two key points to consider that we suggest you bear in mind. Firstly that although Green Deal and ECO we really dealt with within the same consultation process and are often referred to in tandem, they are two distinct things. Designed to work in harmony where appropriate but also capable of standing alone in other cases.
  • The report provides an opportunity for potential revenue. The Minister talked about the value that LAs can command fees from partners.There is also the role of ECAs to play. Can be a provider, a partner, promoter or a
  • All of these are ways in which ECAs can make sure that GD forms part of your HECA plans.
  • Obligation falls upon domestic electricity and gas suppliers with more than 250,000 domestic customers.
  • Obligation falls upon domestic electricity and gas suppliers with more than 250,000 domestic customers.
  • Obligation falls upon domestic electricity and gas suppliers with more than 250,000 domestic customers.
  • Obligation falls upon domestic electricity and gas suppliers with more than 250,000 domestic customers.
  • Obligation falls upon domestic electricity and gas suppliers with more than 250,000 domestic customers.
  • Obligation falls upon domestic electricity and gas suppliers with more than 250,000 domestic customers.
  • Obligation falls upon domestic electricity and gas suppliers with more than 250,000 domestic customers.
  • Obligation falls upon domestic electricity and gas suppliers with more than 250,000 domestic customers.

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  • 1. GREEN DEAL AND ECOIN RELATION TO HECA
  • 2. IntroductionPrevious successes of aligning with nationalschemes.Planning for new sources of Financial AssistanceGreen DealEnergy Company Obligation
  • 3. 2 Key PointsDifferent roles for Green Deal andECO‘Green Deal is not optional’
  • 4. Green Deal‘Local Authorities are expected to be keyplayers in the delivery of Green Deal…’Green Deal removes a key barrier i.e. costThe wider opportunities for LocalAuthorities; Economic growth Investment Jobs
  • 5. Green DealProvider – direct provisionPartner – working with commercial providersand community partnersPromoter – acting as advocates
  • 6. ECOThree Main Targets: • Carbon Saving Obligation • Affordable Warmth Obligation • Carbon Saving Communities - CSCo
  • 7. ECO – Carbon Saving ElementSolid Wall InsulationNon-standard cavity wall insulationWhere these measures are installedsuppliers can also score accompanyingmeasures such as loft, glazing, draughtproofing and district heating
  • 8. ECO – Affordable Warmth ElementMeasures that reduce the notional cost ofheating the propertyBoiler repairs includedNot district heating (except new schemes)Qualifying benefits applyPrivate tenures only
  • 9. CSCoWill focus on low income householdsand areas£190m per annum to March 2015Around 250,000 insulation measureswill be delivered by March 2015.
  • 10. CSCo Areas15% most deprived LSOAs from IMDAll homes eligible including social housingSuppliers can deliver up to 20% inneighbouring LSOAs
  • 11. CSCo RuralEligible Rural Areas15% of all CSCo activity (minimum) will be in ruralareas.Two ways in which a household will be eligible;A household is within a settlement <10,000 and isin receipt of the qualifying benefitsA household is within or adjoining one of thequalifying areas if that area falls within asettlement of fewer that 10,000 inhabitants.
  • 12. ECO Affordable Carbon SavingCarbon Saving Warmth Communities £760M £190M £350M ANY MEASURE SWI, non THAT REDUCES SWI, CWI, LOFT standard CWI COST OF HEATING DEPRIVED PRIVATE COMMUNITIESHARD TO TREAT TENURES, LOW + INCOME RURAL AW
  • 13. Transition to ECONot all details are set out yet.Recent consultation on ‘In Use’ factorsAppears to be provision for energy companies tocontinue with their obligations beyond 31stDecember 2012 as a mitigation against futureenforcement.
  • 14. What does this mean?Quite complex for householders to understandDifferent offers for householdersNeed for coordinated approachesWorking with supply chainArea based approaches
  • 15. Milton Keynes Pilot1970s estateMixed tenureNon traditionalconstruction
  • 16. Milton Keynes PilotWork with social housing providersHigh level of support to owner occupierhouseholdersBlended financeLocal funds
  • 17. Milton Keynes PilotWork with social housing providersHigh level of support to owner occupierhouseholdersBlended financeLocal funds
  • 18. Things to ConsiderWhere does your role in Green Deal fit withyour HECA strategy ?How to access ECO FundingTenureArea Based Approaches and Rural approachesUse of data