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Cumbria Affordable Warmth Project 2010 -13 Community Energy Savings Programme (CESP) 2009 - 2012
CESP 2009 - 2012 Scope • £ 350, 000 Funding • Energy Companies Partnered with Local Authorities or Community Groups • Whole House Approach • Street by Street Delivery • Around 100 Schemes Nationally = 90, 000 homes • Average Fuel Savings of around £ 300 per dwelling http: //www. decc. gov. uk/en/content/cms/consultations/ope n/cesp. aspx
CESP 2009 2012 Cumbria Communities: Areas of Low Income LOCAL AUTHORITY Allerdale Barrow Carlisle Copeland Eden South Lakeland TOTAL No. LSAOs 6 7 3 2 0 0 18
LSOA Code Government Office Region E 01024907 North West B Allerdale 16 UB Ellenborough E 01009952 North West B Allerdale 16 UB Ewanrigg E 01013210 North West B Allerdale 16 UB Moss Bay E 01010445 North West B Allerdale 16 UB Moss Bay E 01005382 North West B Allerdale 16 UB Moss Bay E 01002797 North West B Allerdale 16 UB St Michael's E 01001777 North West B Barrow-in-Furness 16 UC Barrow Island E 01013664 North West B Barrow-in-Furness 16 UC Central E 01024683 North West B Barrow-in-Furness 16 UC Central E 01012341 North West B Barrow-in-Furness 16 UC Central E 01007856 North West B Barrow-in-Furness 16 UC Hindpool E 01011865 North West B Barrow-in-Furness 16 UC Hindpool E 01001057 North West B Barrow-in-Furness 16 UC Ormsgill E 01008544 North West B Carlisle 16 UD Belle Vue E 01032313 North West B Carlisle 16 UD Botcherby E 01012397 North West B Carlisle 16 UD Upperby E 01017053 North West B Copeland 16 UE Mirehouse E 01019663 North West B Copeland 16 UE Sandwith GOR Code Local Authority Name LA Code Ward Name
Type of Carbon Saving Measure Cavity wall insulation Loft insulation (prof virgin) Loft insulation (prof top-up) SWI external (flat) SWI external (semi-det house) SWI internal to U of 0. 45 W/m 2 K Fuel Switching Heating controls - upgrade with new heat system Community heating meters Existing community heat to CHP Electric to community CHP Wood pellet boilers (primary) Solar Water Heater (4 m²) Air source heat pump Ground source heat pumps Micro Wind (1 k. Wp, 1% LF) Mini-wind 5 k. W, 20% LF Micro Hydro (0. 7 k. Wp, 50% LF) Photovoltaic panels (2. 5 k. Wp) m. CHP (revised) Replacing old boiler (65% by 88. 3%) HEA Underfloor insulation Glazing E to C rated Flat roof insulation (whole house) Draughtproofing (ie not with glazing) No of Outcomes 10, 000 8, 000 40, 000 14, 000 13, 000 15, 000 20, 500 10, 000 5, 000 0 700 5, 000 1, 000 0 50 50 13, 500 100, 000 1, 000 500 1, 000
CESP - LSOA - Area Analysis Number of Properties by Type Insulation Heating Fuel Type - Switching District Heating Energy Advice Behavioural Microgeneration
CESP - Tool Kit - Insulation Dwelling Type Loft insulation CW Insulation Internal Solid Wall Insulation External Solid Wall Insulation Draught Proofing Glazing DWER Improvement Flat Roof Insulation M/sq Under Floor Insulation M/sq List MM Specification Type Metre /Sq
CESP - Tool Kit - Heating Replacement Boiler NB /Heating Controls / Weather or load compensator NB/Heating Controls / Time Temp Control Zone NB/Heating Controls / TVRs NB/Heating Controls / other Fuel Switching District Heating / connection to District Heating / upgrade District Heating / meter for individual house billing Drop Down List Number Drop Down List Drop Down List
CESP - Tool Kit - Behaviour Home Energy Advice CESP - Tool Kit - Microgeneration Y/N Heat Pump Drop Down List Bio-mass Drop Down List Solar Thermal Drop Down List Other Micro-gen Heat Drop Down List Solar PV Drop Down List Wind Turbines Drop Down List Micro Hydro Drop Down List Other Micro – (elec) Drop Down List Micro CHP Drop Down List
Cumbria Affordable Warmth Project 2010 -13 BASIC RULEs OF THUMB • Energy Companies are only interested in projects that deliver high CO 2 Returns • Rural Areas do not present well against the crieria due to alck of density of low income communities.
Cumbria Affordable Warmth Project 2010 -13 FUNDING Once an idea of the overall CO 2 savings is calculated then the offer can go on the table for each of the Energy Companies. To date the average on most schemes is 50/50 contributions. Some Energy companies though dependant on the CO 2 savings will go as high as 80/20.
Cumbria Affordable Warmth Project 2010 -13 50% or 20% for today's hard strapped LA’s any additional support may be out of reach? However opportunities exist to use this process to access additional funding to support renovation areas, face-lifting or neighbourhood renewal projects.
Cumbria Affordable Warmth Project 2010 -13 50% or 20% for today's hard strapped LA’s any additional support may be out of reach? However opportunities exist to use this process to access additional funding to support within renovation areas, facelifting or neighbourhood renewal projects.
CONTACT DETAILS Tom Barlow Affordable Warmth Project Development Officer Carlisle City Council Community Engagement The Civic Centre Carlisle CA 3 8 QG 01228 817239 07793666152 Email: Thomas. B@carlisle. gov. uk