ALEO National Executive meeting regional update for ALEO East Midland

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ALEO National Executive meeting regional update for ALEO East Midland

Post by ALEO Admin » Fri Apr 15, 2016 1:35 pm

- provided by Karen Lond, Chair of ALEO East Midlands, for the ALEO Executive meeting held on 14 April 2016.

Details of any meetings held and/or forthcoming:

The last EMCAN and AGM meeting was held on Thursday 3rd March at Corby Cube, Corby: Corby Borough Council provided the room and morning refreshments for free. The following were re-elected unopposed: Karen Lond – Chair, Darsh Chauhan – Vice Chair and Treasurer, David Young – Secretariat. Presentations included: Chair's Update, Karen Lond; LGA policy update on energy, fuel poverty and Climate Local, Hillary Tanner; Electric Corby and Northants Warm Homes Partnership, Sara Earl. Following the Executive’s decision to re-brand to ALEO, we discussed the pros and cons of changing our name also. It was agreed we would re-brand as ALEO East Midlands providing that Rob Leeson was able to adjust the logo so that East Midlands was after ALEO and that this was acceptable to the ALEO Executive.

The next ALEO East Midlands meeting will be held in June/July date, time and venue to be confirmed. No sponsorship for this meeting has been secured as yet.

Details of any other events held and/or forthcoming:

The last NEA East Midlands Fuel Poverty forum was held on 25th February 2016 at Ellipse Energy in Leicester; presentations included: NEA Policy Update that included DECC review on Energy Efficiency policy and update on Warm & Healthy Homes fund.
The next NEA East Midlands Fuel Poverty Forum is expected to take place in June at Ellipse Energy in Leicester.

Details of any current projects:

Leicestershire County Council and Leicester City Council are looking to launch a white label for residents.
Lincolnshire Energy Switch has now saved Lincolnshire residents over £600,000 since the start of the project and are currently signing a new contract to continue for a further two years.
Harborough have launched a project offering energy advice to local residents and have also installed solar panels on their Market Hall.

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