Each Home Counts Review 12 May 2017


The Review workstreams are making good progress developing the implementation plans for the Review recommendations.  The workstream leads are busy planning meetings, attending events and working with wider industry colleagues to ensure their implementation plans meet the Review vision and are appropriate for the sector.

As part of this process, the Implementation Board members will be meeting on 14th June to share their progress and plans on their workstreams, ensure all relevant connections are made between workstreams and to ensure the implementation of all the recommendations are on track.

Alongside, the Review team are continuing attending meetings with various government officials, updating them on the progress of the Review implementation plans.

Implementation Board meeting – 4th May

The latest Each Home Counts Implementation Board meeting was held on Thursday 4th May, chaired by Howard Porter. The meeting was productive and included  discussions around:

·         agreeing the workstream structure going forward and confirming leads (as per list later in newsletter)

·         the vision for the Review

·         up and coming stakeholder events for workstreams

·         progress on workstream implementation plans and

·         the  Each Home Counts website (www.eachhomecounts.com) which will be updated over the coming months to include information about workstream progress and implementation plans

·         a wider sector event in the summer to share and discuss implementation plans

·         initial proposals for the quality mark framework (this links to wider stakeholder event on 18 May- see below)

·         scope of the Measurement, Monitoring and Verification workstream

Code of Conduct/Consumer Protection update

On Thursday 11 May, Howard Porter presented an update on the Each Home Counts review to the TrustMark Forum, which included consumer group representatives and a group of TrustMark scheme operators working across a wide range of trades.

Howard encouraged the Forum members to start preparing for the implementation of the review’s recommendations, and helped explain how industry can start identifying areas for action.

The main message about getting involved and engaged with the review was particularly well received by those in attendance, with Forum members coming forward with positive views and suggestions which will now feed directly into the Quality Mark workstream, led by TrustMark chief executive Simon Ayers.

This week…. Next week…..

·         On Thursday 11th May, Howard attended the Trustmark forum to provide an update on the  EHC Review implementation

Future events

·         Quality Mark Meeting (to discuss the quality mark framework) – led by Simon Ayers Thursday 18th May2017
·         Home Energy Technology & Renewables – led by Kelly Butler Tuesday 30th May 2017
·         EHC Implementation Event June/July 2017
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 (Simon Ayers, Trustmark)
·         Code of Conduct/Consumer Protection (Liz Male, Trustmark/ Peter Broad, Citizens Advice)
·         Standards (Clare Price, BSI/ Peter Rickaby, Rickaby Thompson Associates)
·         Compliance & Enforcement (Claire Curtis-Thomas, BBA)
·         Information Hub & Data Warehouse (Philip Sellwood, Susan Jones, EST)
·         Skills & Training (Richard Bayliss, CITB)
·         Data Ethics, Privacy & Protection (lead to be confirmed)
·         Finance & Insurance (Stephen Huller, LaSer UK, BNP Paribas)
·         Building Fabric & Technology (Peter Caplehorn, CPA)
·         Home Energy Technology & Renewables (Kelly Bulter, BEAMA)
·         Design and Installation (Alan Cochrane, Retrofit Design Services)
·         Measurement, Monitoring and Verification (Kerry Mashford, NEF)
·         Smart Meters (Audrey Gallacher, Energy UK)
·         Pilots (BEIS)

If you wish to contact the Review team about any of the workstreams above then please drop an email to [email protected]

We welcome your interest in the work-streams, so please continue to send in your contributions, thoughts and comments to our joint email account, [email protected]