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HECA ACTIVITIES IN SOUTHWARK. Charlotte Maddison The Energy Team. Over view. Population 244,866 Dwellings 117,039 private sector 50% HA 11% council stock 39% Homes served by DH 22,000 of which CHP: 1,800. Stock profile and energy efficiency performance. Average SAP Council 63

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heca activities in southwark

HECA ACTIVITIES IN SOUTHWARK

Charlotte Maddison

The Energy Team

over view
Over view
  • Population 244,866
  • Dwellings 117,039
    • private sector 50%
    • HA 11%
    • council stock 39%
  • Homes served by DH 22,000 of which CHP: 1,800
stock profile and energy efficiency performance
Stock profile and energy efficiency performance
  • Average SAP
    • Council 63
    • Private 52
    • Private rented 49
    • HA 62
  • Improvement in EE to date 17.27% (baseline figure 9,232,815 GJ)
the energy team proposal
The Energy Team (proposal)
  • Team of 6 - ESM, ESO (HECA officer), Admin support, EM, PEMO, Technical Assistant
  • Delivering HECA and energy management function based in Housing Department
  • Current all posts vacant apart from ESO
resources and commitment
Resources and commitment
  • Capital and revenue budgets
  • Current capital budget ₤300k
  • High level profile because of BVPI63
  • Some commitment but Decent Homes takes priority
  • High level Member interest
current activities
Current activities
  • PLEASE
  • EAP
  • HelpCo
  • HelpCo Tenants
  • Warm Front/Coldbusters
  • Eco-Box
  • Concerto (EU Bid)
renewables projects
Renewables projects
  • Renewal areas
  • PV/Solar
  • Rain water harvesting
  • Turbines
  • “Eco” refurbishment
monitoring progress
Monitoring progress
  • UNO database
  • Linked to APEX (Decent Homes database)
  • Regular updates used to inform and calculate SAP figure
  • Can also be used as investment tool
monitoring progress1
Monitoring progress
  • HECA annual report
  • Annual survey (10,000) analysed through UNO
  • No data for HA
  • Use a joint UNO/ HECA spreadsheet method for percentage improvements
  • Council stock data from APEX and separate heating database
external funding
External funding
  • EEC - just signed up 5 areas (of 8) to EEC funders (British Gas/Osborne Energy and contractors own choice)
  • EU bid ₤1.7m for Concerto
  • Funding from SE London Partnership Board (Coldbusters)
main partners
Main partners
  • British Gas
  • Osborne Energy
  • CEN
  • SEA (Sustainable Energy Action)
  • KEMA (EU bid co-ordinators)
  • GLEEN
  • EAGA
strengths and weaknesses problems and conflicts
Strengths and weaknesses, problems and conflicts
  • Big budget - no staff
  • Decent Homes vs. sustainability
  • Lack of accurate data re Fuel Poverty
  • Limited tools especially for “able to pay”
  • Plus side - committed, interested staff, solid expert resource
continued
Continued
  • Issues creeping up the agenda
  • Corporate lead on Climate Change Strategy
  • Aim to retain council stock
future projects
Future projects
  • Eco-box scheme
  • Council tax scheme
  • Website launch
  • HECA review
  • Finally, any questions?
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