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Green Deal – E.ON’s perspective

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  1. Green Deal – E.ON’s perspective Mark Cherry

  2. Development and Approach • Supplier • Green deal Provider • Supply chain • Developing systems and processes • Market opportunities • Market Knowledge • Green Deal Provider relationship: Market perspective • Green Deal Provider relationship: E.ON perspective • Retail led – private housing / supporting our customers • Regional – LA(‘s) / Social Housing provider partnerships • Infill properties – private dwellings within social projects • Birmingham Energy Savers project • Discussions with Local Authorities and Registered Landlords • Flexible models of operation across the delivery chain • Reducing Fuel Poverty • Reduce energy / carbon • Social housing capital works + Green Deal provider role? • Economic benefits - local opportunities - Supply Chain, Jobs, Apprenticeships & Training, DLO’s, SROI • Forming a Social Enterprise? • Regional & district approach – aggregation of volume / scale • Partnership culture to the contract • Best value model – activity based risk sharing • Social partner housing partner (ECO) + GDP – maximise synergies and economies of scale across activities • Flats and towers – district heating • Public Buildings

  3. Emerging Models • Market • Assess • Finance • Install • Maintain • Collect payments • Key objectives? • Roles and responsibilities? • Flexible approach to operating model • Best value / mix of skills • LA’s and RSL’s – ECO LED? GD payment mechanism for rented stock? • GD – Owner occupiers + private landlords only?

  4. Our Ambition • Flexibility - no “one size” fits all - multiple models • Partnership culture • Long term relationships • Scalable opportunities • Creating local benefits • Working with local partners • Reducing Fuel Poverty • Reducing the regional carbon footprint • Jobs • Training – Apprenticeships, up-skilling and re-skilling • Local labour / SME’s • Community engagement • Past CESP schemes – building this ethos • Using Green Deal to stimulate local economies and cultures

  5. Bulwell Hall: ECO/Green Deal in action • Estate-wide external wall insulation programme • Working together with Nottingham City Homes + Nottingham Energy Partnership as well as the City Council • 425 homes under CESP, approx 50/50 split across tenures • Different styles of facade, including render + brick slips • Further 250 under an ECO scheme • 100% take up (social housing); 98% private sector Longer term involvement will allow us to increase the local labour content and to work more closely with Nottingham SMEs

  6. Bulwell Hall ECO pilot

  7. Bulwell Hall ECO pilot

  8. Working with Nottingham • Partnership began in Oct ’11 and we have delivered: • Aspleysolar PV programme • RE:FIT energy efficiency programme • Queens Medical Centre – managing the energy centre • Solid Wall Insulation Schemes • Warm Homes Discount Scheme + Apprenticeships • Powering the trams • Sponsorship programme • Community engagement

  9. Working with Nottingham • E.ON sustainable energy contribution in Nottingham, 2012 • Investing over £20M directly in sustainable energy projects • Facilitating £7M of investment by others in sustainable energy • 6,600 tonnes CO2 savings • 1.7 GWh sustainable energy generated locally • 25.5 GWh energy consumption reduced • Over £1M R+D investment • 85 apprenticeships • Spread energy messages to 17,000 people Collaborating to build mutual benefit on a city wide scale