ALEO East regional update for ALEO National Executive meeting - January 2018

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ALEO East regional update for ALEO National Executive meeting - January 2018

Post by ALEO Admin » Fri Jan 19, 2018 10:47 am

- provided by David Walton, Chair of ALEO East, for the ALEO Executive meeting held on 18 January 2018.

Details of any meetings held and/or forthcoming:

Last meeting 22nd Nov 2017.
Date of next meeting to be confirmed; likely to be in Spring 2018.

Details of any current projects:

Norwich City Council is seeking to establish a uniquely branded local domestic energy supply vehicle to reduce electricity and gas fuel bills for residents and to enable it to deliver innovative energy services in the future.

The Energy White Label will have the intention of benefitting citizens and businesses financially and pursuing broader environmental objectives such as the take up of renewable energy.

Watford Borough Council has published a SOI, with an insulation referral scheme being delivered through a Hertfordshire wide scheme led by the County Council partnering with the 10 Districts.

Suffolk’s Local Authorities are now able to provide fully funded central heating systems to 514 fuel poor households across the county over the next three years. Working together as the Suffolk Climate Change Partnership they have been successful in securing funding from the first round of the Warm Homes Fund for a project worth £4.3 million.

The project is being managed by the County Council, administered by Suffolk Warm Homes Healthy People based at Suffolk Coastal District Council and supported with further funding from Babergh, Mid-Suffolk, Forest Heath and Waveney District Councils plus Ipswich and St Edmundsbury Borough Councils.

Alongside the first-time heating system, households will also be able to benefit from new insulation measures as well as grants from the Suffolk Community Foundation’s ‘Surviving Winter Appeal’ where eligible.

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