Welcome....Small Scale Renewables - by David Terry

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Welcome..... Small Scale Renewables Workshop

By David Terry
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RESCO

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  • AdvisorsInformation and advice on what is needed to become a Green Deal advisor.InstallersInformation and advice on what is needed to become a Green Deal installer.ProvidersInformation and advice on what is needed to become a Green Deal provider.Financiers Information for financiers and details on the role of the finance community in the Green Deal.Local AuthoritiesInformation on the role of local authorities and local partners in delivering the ECO and Green Deal.Energy CompaniesInformation for energy companies and their role in the Green Deal.Property practionersInformation for solicitors, estate agents, letting agents and surveyors.Supply chain/Manufacturer Information for companies interested in marketing and selling Green Deal measures.Private Rented sectorInformation for landlords who are interested in making Green Deal energy efficiency improvements to their property. SME companiesInformation for SMEs who we envisage will play a key role in delivering the Green Deal.Social landlordsInformation for the social housing sector, who are well placed to play a central role in delivering the Green Deal.

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  • 1. RenewableEnergySupply Small Scale RenewablesChain Workshop David TerryOpportunities www.resco.org.uk d.terry@staffs.ac.uk 01782 294110
  • 2. Programme9.30 – 9. 50 Welcome presentation – RESCO David Terry, RESCO and Aim High9.50 – 10.10 CoREs approach and our Jonathan Davis, CoRE contribution to the retrofit market in Stoke-on-Trent10.10 – 10.30 Birmingham Energy Savers - Dave Allport, Birmingham City Preparing for the Green Deal Council10.30 – 11.00 Government policy and Rob Hill, Wardell Armstrong financial incentives11.00 – 11.20 Break and refreshments11.20 – 11.40 The Green Deal in Stoke-on- Iain Podmore, Stoke-on-Trent Trent City Council11.40 – 12.00 Business Strategy Ellis Pitt, Wardell Armstrong12.00 – 12.30 Workshops/1to1/Q&A An opportunity to obtain further advice and support from the speakers.12.30 – 1.30 Lunch and Networking
  • 3. Small Scale Renewables -The Changing Business Climate• Feed –in Tariff – Phase 1 Consultation concluded – Reduced Tariff for PV – Linked to EPC – Phase 2 Consultation underway for other technologies.• Renewable Heat Incentive – Opened November 2011 – Non Domestic Buildings – RHI Premium Payment Scheme for Domestic
  • 4. Small Scale Renewables -The Changing Business Climate• The Green Deal – Encourage take up of Measure by eliminating up front payment for domestic customers – Procurement of a new Framework of delivery providers • Advisors, Installers, Providers, Finance, Supply Chain etc.• ECO – the Energy Company Obligation – Replacing CERT /CESP – Key Technology focus –Solid Wall Insulation
  • 5. The RESCO Programme Background and rationale Support and build Supply Chains on the existing manufacturing andengineering skills in the Region. Small Scale Renewables and Housing Retrofit Bio Energy Wind and Marine Technologies UK Environmental Goods and Services market now has 51,000 UKcompanies. growth: 4.3% in 2010/11 (Decc 2011)BIS, ERDF and Stafforshire University Funding Duration: July 2010– March 2015 Managed by Staffordshire University’s Institute for EnvironmentalSustainability and Regeneration (IESR)
  • 6. RESCO Aim High• Birmingham City Council, in Partnership with RESCO• Supported by ERDF 2011 – 2015• Technology Demonstrator Project – Birmingham City Council• Business Support – RESCO Team
  • 7. The RESCO Programme Client Engagement Process (WM) Building Fabric COMPANY Improvements FREE Market & Capability CONTACTS Assessment & Report Fit Out Energy Supply Monitoring and Awareness Special Eligibility Scoping On-care Interest visit supportassessment and Groups referral BES/Aim High BES / Market Panel Requirements
  • 8. Support Available• Market Assessment and Research Study – 1-1 site visit and capability mapping – Market intelligence from industry experts – Matching Report and capability profile for BES – Signposting to available support• Free to Eligible West Midlands Companies To register your interest www.resco.org.uk/aim-high
  • 9. Events and Special Interest Groups• Market Development Activity -UK and wider• Aim High Technology Demonstrator results• Updates Birmingham Energy Savers• Product and Service development – Based on BES Requirements – Collaboration, technology new• Procurement Support – Buy For Good
  • 10. Graduate Internship• Business Development Resource• Up to 6 weeks subsidised graduate placement – Sourced based on your requirements – 80% Subsidy• Typical Projects – Market research – Quality Standards development – Market research
  • 11. University Support• Research and Support – Technology development and testing – Intellectual Property – Technology Selection toolkits – Usage and Impacts monitoring – Householder Engagement• Short Courses and CPD
  • 12. Get Involved!• Free to Eligible West Midlands Companies To register your interest www.resco.org.uk/aim-high