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East midlands can agm

East Midlands CAN & AGM

EAC: experts in sustainable energy since 1991:    sustainability and energy planning statements  ▪  carbon reduction and affordable warmth policies  ▪   energy efficiency project management  ▪   whole stock energy data analysis  ▪  energy database and stock condition software  ▪  stock condition and energy surveys  ▪ whole stock EPCs  ▪  SAP, NHER and SBEM assessments and EPCs  ▪  Code for Sustainable Homes and EcoHomes assessments


Emcan chairs update tuesday 10 th december 2013

EMCAN Chairs UpdateTuesday 10th December 2013


Thanks to our sponsors

Thanks to our Sponsors

EAC: experts in sustainable energy since 1991:    sustainability and energy planning statements  ▪  carbon reduction and affordable warmth policies  ▪   energy efficiency project management  ▪   whole stock energy data analysis  ▪  energy database and stock condition software  ▪  stock condition and energy surveys  ▪ whole stock EPCs  ▪  SAP, NHER and SBEM assessments and EPCs  ▪  Code for Sustainable Homes and EcoHomes assessments


East midlands can agm

Usingnew fuel poverty definition reduces % of fuel poor in East Midlands from 18.4% to 13.3%(Graph opposite shows for all regions)

Numbers of Fuel Poor


East midlands can agm

250,000 households in the region are fuel poor using new fuel poverty definition compared to 350,000 using old definition.

Fuel Poor households


Fuel poverty in lincolnshire districts

Fuel Poverty % in Lincolnshire Districts


Number of lincolnshire households in fuel poverty

Number of Lincolnshire households in Fuel Poverty


Excess winter mortality in england and wales 2012 13 provisional and 2011 12 final

Excess Winter Mortality in England and Wales, 2012/13 (Provisional) and 2011/12 (Final)

  • An estimated 31,100 excess winter deaths occurred in England and Wales in 2012/13 – a 29% increase compared with the previous winter.

  • As in previous years, there were more excess winter deaths in females than in males in 2012/13.

  • Between 2011/12 and 2012/13 male excess winter deaths increased from 10,590 to 13,100, and female deaths from 13,610 to 18,000.

  • The majority of deaths occurred among those aged 75 and over; there were 25,600 excess winter deaths in this age group in 2012/13 compared with 5,500 in people aged under 75.

  • The excess winter mortality index was highest in the North West in 2012/13 and lowest in London. London had the highest level of excess winter mortality in 2011/12.

    http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/rel/subnational-health2/excess-winter-mortality-in-england-and-wales/2012-13--provisional--and-2011-12--final-/stb-ewm-12-13.html


Decc green deal communities funding

DECC Green Deal Communities Funding

  • £20 million of capital funding is available for Green Deal street/area based proposals. Fund has now been increased to £80 million

  • Applications must be submitted by 31 December 2013 for a minimum of £1 million.

  • DECC is inviting local authorities (LAs), working with their partners, to come forward with ambitious and innovative street/area based proposals for funding. These proposal should aim to deliver Green Deal plans to as many households as possible.

  • DECC funding can also be used to support households who choose to self-finance measures.

  • Green Deal Communities application pack [PDF, 116KB, 18 pages]

  • Green Deal Communities application pack [MS Word Document, 139KB]

  • Local authorities and the Green Deal

  • DECC Update 27 November 2013

  • To date we have received 33 Green Deal Communities’ bids which we’re are considering. None have been approved at this stage.


East midlands can agm

Forthcoming Events

National Carbon Action Network Training-Day Conference

To be held in London on Wednesday, 5 February 2014

The Future…….for Fuel Poverty & Energy Efficiency

An interactive training-day conference with a focus on the Government's forthcoming fuel poverty strategy as well as ECO, the Green Deal and other current policy in the field of domestic energy efficiency and fuel poverty.

The programme will include a morning plenary session followed by interactive workshop sessions.

Free and standard delegate rates:

Attendance at the conference is FREE† to employees of local authorities, housing associations / registered social landlords, NHS workers and registered charities.

The standard Conference rate for those who do not qualify for the free rate is £69.00 + VAT

To book your place, or for more information, please visit: www.can.uk.net/conference


Forthcoming events

Forthcoming Events

  • Smart Meter Workshop

  • NEA in partnership with British Gas are organising a series of free smart meter workshops across England aimed specifically at community groups, front line organisations, local authorities and housing associations.

  • Nottingham - 21 January 2014, 9.30am-1pm

  • Cost: Free

  • If you require any further information contact Claire Henderson or go to www.nea.org.uk/smarter-communities.


Next east midlands can meeting thursday 6 th march 2014

Next East Midlands CAN meeting Thursday 6th March 2014

Sponsor?

Venue to be confirmed

Speakers?


Thank you

Thank you

Contact Details:-

Karen Lond – EMCAN Chair

Energy & Climate Change Officer

01427 676618

West Lindsey District Council,

Guildhall, Marshall’s Yard, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, DN21 2NA

[email protected]


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