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RE:NEW phase II Maximising London’s take-up of CERT and Warm Front. Leah Davis 12 June 2012. Overview Summary of RE:NEW so far RE:NEW phase II Next steps and getting involved. 1. 2. 3. 1. Summary of RE:NEW so far. Phase I objectives. 1. Reduce CO 2 emissions

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Overview

Summary of RE:NEW so far

RE:NEW phase II

Next steps and getting involved

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Phase I objectives

  • 1. Reduce CO2 emissions
    • - Cost effective (area based)
    • - Draws upon existing funding streams
    • - Can be scaled up

2. Pan London delivery model

- simplifies the London market

3. Secure a higher share of nationally-funded energy efficiency measures

delivery creating proving the model
Delivery – Creating & proving the model

Summer 2009

3 trials in areas in: Croydon, Hillingdon and Southwark

817 homes treated

~575 tonnes CO2 saved

November 2009 to July 2010

9 boroughs

£1.24m funding

8,119 homes visited

~3,000 tonnes CO2 saved per year

~43,400 tonnes CO2 saved over the lifetime of the measures

~£900,000 funding levered

~£700,600 saved on Londoner’s fuel bills per year

Technical trials

Demo projects

Pan-London

roll-out

  • July 2011 – March 2012
  • An area in every borough
  • £5.8m funding to boroughs for 2011/12
  • ~57,000 homes visited
phase ii introduction
Phase II: Introduction
  • £3.3 million secured for RE:NEW phase II
  • Context

- CERT and Warm Front until December 2012/ March 2013

- Green Deal and Energy Company Obligation (ECO) from October 2012

  • Primary aim

- Maximise the installation of loft and cavity wall insulation

- (Primary source of funding until the end of 2012 = CERT. Therefore correlate with groups CERT is currently funding, i.e. focussing the Super Priority Group and cost-effective measures)

  • Secondary objectives

- Maintain RE:NEW brand awareness and engagement of London boroughs

- Maintain demand in London to help sustain supply chain opportunities and jobs

- Develop networks and activities that can be maintained and developed to support Green Deal and ECO

  • Delivered by GLA directly procuring from RE:NEW framework
  • Aim for delivery to start from July 2012
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RE:NEW phase II

RE:NEW intensive areas

- 11 ward-sized areas

- Offer to all households in area

RE:NEW pan-London offering

- Sub-regional

- Targeted at the SPG

- Promoting to other households

  • Primary criteria
  • 1. Comparatively high concentrations of uninsulated cavity walls
  • 2. Comparatively high concentrations of households eligible for CERT Priority Group
  • 3. Comparatively high numbers of owner occupier and private rental sector
  • 4. Comparatively low numbers of flats
  • 5. Not targeted in previous programmes
phase ii intensive areas
Phase II intensive areas

1. GLA London housing stock database

- 36 wards ranked in order of potential

2. Borough input

- Comment on wards

- Suggest new wards

- Outline borough networks to target SPG and PG, increase uptake and remove local barrier to delivery

  • 3. Final selection
  • - Primary criteria
  • Borough commitment
  • - Google street-view to corroborate
the offer

- Delivery agents are set CO2 emissions reduction targets and targets for number of homes retrofitted

- Separate targets for intensive areas and sub-regional offer

- Not prescriptive about how to reach households in sub-region or achieve insulation levels

The Offer
next steps
Next steps

Procure sub-regional delivery agent(s) – June 2012

Programme delivery starts – July 2012

Programme delivery completes – March 2013

- Clearly aiming to have much of the activity undertaken in 2012 to maximise CERT

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getting involved
Getting involved

Delivery agents likely to work in areas/ boroughs with most potential and commitment from boroughs and networks

- Submitting bids Wednesday 13th June

Boroughs

- Boroughs feed in information through templates (networks, tackling local barriers, and potential projects)

- Contact delivery agents once confirmed to discuss

Third sector and networks

- Approach boroughs with how your networks could be used

- Approach delivery agents with how your networks could be used

other projects
Other projects….

Green Deal implementation project – completing June 2012

- 3 delivery models for London borough delivery of the Green Deal

- Boroughs supported to develop businesses cases

Green Deal transition delivery project – late 2012

- c. £300,000 to test on the ground delivery of Green Deal and create early demand in London

Supporting boroughs to tackle local barriers (TBC)

Attracting ECO funding in London – social housing (TBC)

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thank you
Thank you

Leah Davis

Environment Programme Officer

020 7983 4615

[email protected]

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