Each Home Counts Review Newsletter 21st July

Hello

The Review Team have been busy over the past few weeks making arrangements for last week’s stakeholder event as well as presenting progress at the ECO Delivery Group and the Energy UK Energy Efficiency Group.

12th July Implementation Event

The Each Home Counts team hosted a stakeholder event in Central Hall Westminster on 12 July to provide an update on the progress made by workstreams since the Review moved into its implementation phase. Over 100 stakeholder representatives heard presentations on the market drivers for the review, workstream progress and the future direction of the implementation model.

The Review team would like to thank all those that participated in the event and we welcome the discussion that the presentations generated. The slides presented on the day are available to view on the website: www.eachhomecounts.com.  These cover the vision for the future implementation of the Review and contain detail on the progress of workstreams.

A Survey Monkey link has been sent out to all those that attended as we would appreciate feedback on the event and would like to hear any ideas you have for future events.

Compliance and Enforcement meeting

The Compliance and Enforcement workstream held their first meeting on 11th July and made good progress towards defining the direction of future work. A number of industry representatives have agreed to join the workstream committee and there will be opportunities for wider involvement. A follow-up meeting will be held within the next few weeks and a report on the outcomes of the meeting will be presented to the Board at their 3rd August meeting.

Future events

Guarantee Protection Workshop  (Finance & Insurance Workstream) Thursday 3rd August 2017
Implementation Board Meeting Thursday 3rd August 2017
Home Energy Technology & Renewables Meeting Mid September 2017 (date TBC)

The Each Home Counts Review Team

The team is: Howard Porter, Ben Golding, Pam Wynne, Alison Oliver, James Sharples and Diana Menville.

Workstreams are:

  • Quality Mark Functions
  • Code of Conduct/Consumer Protection
  • Standards
  • Compliance & Enforcement
  • Delivery Organisation
  • Information Hub & Data Warehouse
  • Skills & Training
  • Data Privacy & Protection
  • Finance & Insurance
  • Building Fabric & Technology
  • Home Energy Technology & Renewables
  • Design and Installation
  • Measurement and Learning
  • Smart Meters
  • Pilots 

If you wish to contact the Review team about any of the workstreams above then please drop an email to eachhomecounts@beis.gov.uk.

We welcome your interest in the work-streams, so please continue to send in your contributions, thoughts and comments to our email account eachhomecounts@beis.gov.uk