State of The Nation Survey Report – Low Energy Retrofit in Social Housing

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‘State of The Nation Survey – Low Energy Retrofit in Social Housing’ report shows social housing sector outlook over retrofitting agenda.

The report highlighted three main findings:

  • Registered Social Housing Providers are willing and able to deliver retrofitting programmes
  • Good data is vital in making the business case for retrofit
  • Technology adoption and performance monitoring and evaluation

Key findings of the survey:

  • 84% of respondents cited reducing fuel poverty as the main driver for retrofitting
  • 44% of Registered Providers had low to medium confidence in data relating to the energy efficiency of their housing stock
  • The technologies with the lowest confidence levels were biomass boilers with 2.6 out of 5

Report is published by Capita Real Estate and Infrastructure, the National Energy Foundation and the University of Salford (15 March 2017).

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