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Home3: Tackling Cold Homes Fuel Poverty

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# Identify housing infrastructure and demographic factors in fuel poor areas. Identify priority groups and messages/modes of communication and  pilot. Identify/develop messengers and materials for those with lower literacy/ESL.  
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# Identify priority groups and messages/modes of communication and pilot. Identify/develop messengers and materials for priority groups.  
# Identify technical challenges e.g. high rises, and possible solutions.
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# Develop ideas/partnerships to research engagement in blocks (to test how to overcome technical challenges with potential high FP and DSR benefits e.g. trial ToU tariffs)
# Research with users on optimising engagement with and use of IHD/other energy monitoring platforms. Case studies to build desire for SM. Develop/inform community organisation network of support.
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# Research with users on optimising engagement with and use of IHD/other energy feedback platforms.  
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# Community organisation training/support and network dev on smart technologies and their application/use.
 
# Communicate future visions of the 'bigger picture' and the benefits of smart city/grid/ technologies, and allaying consumer concerns.
 
# Communicate future visions of the 'bigger picture' and the benefits of smart city/grid/ technologies, and allaying consumer concerns.
# Optimise smart PAYG with private landlords and young consumers re. FP legislation trigger (Band C 2030). Work with universities/LAs/letting agencies/landlords to establish property ‘quality grading’.
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# FP and private tenancies: Optimise SM/Smart PAYG with private landlords and young consumers; support tenants with SM data-informed EDR advice. Re. FP legislation (EPC band C 2030), discuss with universities/LAs/letting agencies/landlords establishing property ‘accreditation/grading’. Identify mechanisms/incentives for private landlords/tenants to invest in EE measures. 
# Engage SMEs: demonstration projects to pilot energy services by third parties or local utilities 
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targeted area-based locally championed energy awareness
smart meter awareness, pre and post install support,  ongoing efficiency network and news). 2.Testing technical
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solns
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3. Broaden
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2.Finish
research remit to year-long+ studies, all tenancies esp MOH’s incl student
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piloting of block-based technical/engagement intervention(s)
dwellings. Understanding of social collective process of domestic energy use.
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4. Ongoing promotion of smart city benefits and learning
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3. Wider
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research: year-long+ studies, all tenancies esp MOH’s incl student dwellings.
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Understanding of social collective process of domestic energy use.
  
5. City-wide
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private property grading; deeper incentives for private landlords to invest
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Ongoing promotion of smart city benefits and learning
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6. Identify best approaches for tackling FP in
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private rented sector. E.g city-wide grading, EE investment, supporting tenants
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in use of SM data and EDR.
 
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| Working towards 2017-18
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# Collate information on changes in Bristol FP using SM data to best target further roll out and FP service provision.
Ensuring vulnerable people can access their energy data and make best use of it (CAD)
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# Art visuals of Bristol’s real time fluid energy supply and demand, eventually to be city-wide
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What it will achieve in terms of moving us closer to realising opportunity
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||Stuff we’re still doing which develops from 2017-18 stuff
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Plus what the ‘stuff we did in 2017-18’ which doesn’t carry forward will have helped to achieve
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| Working towards 2020
 
| Working towards 2020
|| Visualising fluid energy supply and demand across the city
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Standardise energy data availability (temp/humidity) in council properties - rapid response for vulnerable clients
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# Standardise energy data available (temperature/humidity) in council properties - rapid response for vulnerable clients.
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| Key trends/developments (Energy, IT/Data, Commercial, Regulatory/Policy and Cultural/Social)
 
| Key trends/developments (Energy, IT/Data, Commercial, Regulatory/Policy and Cultural/Social)

Revision as of 09:29, 25 August 2015

Using smart energy data and associated interventions to tackle cold homes/fuel poverty and the associated health and social challenges

Now 2017-18 2020 onwards
For Now
  1. Identify priority groups and messages/modes of communication and pilot. Identify/develop messengers and materials for priority groups.
  2. Develop ideas/partnerships to research engagement in blocks (to test how to overcome technical challenges with potential high FP and DSR benefits e.g. trial ToU tariffs)
  3. Research with users on optimising engagement with and use of IHD/other energy feedback platforms.
  4. Community organisation training/support and network dev on smart technologies and their application/use.
  5. Communicate future visions of the 'bigger picture' and the benefits of smart city/grid/ technologies, and allaying consumer concerns.
  6. FP and private tenancies: Optimise SM/Smart PAYG with private landlords and young consumers; support tenants with SM data-informed EDR advice. Re. FP legislation (EPC band C 2030), discuss with universities/LAs/letting agencies/landlords establishing property ‘accreditation/grading’. Identify mechanisms/incentives for private landlords/tenants to invest in EE measures. 
1. Support

targeted area-based locally championed energy awareness

2.Finish piloting of block-based technical/engagement intervention(s)

3. Wider research: year-long+ studies, all tenancies esp MOH’s incl student dwellings. Understanding of social collective process of domestic energy use.

[no entry for 4]

5. Ongoing promotion of smart city benefits and learning

6. Identify best approaches for tackling FP in private rented sector. E.g city-wide grading, EE investment, supporting tenants in use of SM data and EDR.

Working towards 2017-18
  1. Collate information on changes in Bristol FP using SM data to best target further roll out and FP service provision.
  2. Art visuals of Bristol’s real time fluid energy supply and demand, eventually to be city-wide
Working towards 2020
  1. Standardise energy data available (temperature/humidity) in council properties - rapid response for vulnerable clients.
Key trends/developments (Energy, IT/Data, Commercial, Regulatory/Policy and Cultural/Social) SMETS2 agreement and release re. data protection and consumer switching experience
 
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