Please find ECO guidance below and you will also find our ECO calculation software user manual at the bottom of this page.
We don’t charge members for producing an Eco report if it is part of a lodged epc and we also don’t charge members for producing a PDR.
*Our full Eco calculation software guide for non Quidos members is featured below.
The ability to store all of your reports in one place with easy indexing of clients and buildings.
Fully approved by BRE (on behalf of Ofgem) for Eco 2.
Both of these came to a close in December 2012.
Eco operates across Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales).
It operates alongside the green deal and focuses on both vulnerable consumer groups and hard-to-treat homes.
Eco consists of three distinct targets obligations that larger domestic energy suppliers must meet by 31 March 2015 to avoid a significant fine.
The three Eco obligations are;
1. Carbon emissions reduction obligation (CERO): focuses on the installation of solid wall and hard-to-treat cavity wall insulation.
2. Carbon savings community obligation (CSCO): promotes the installation of insulation of the property and connections to district heating systems in areas of low income and rural areas.
3. Home heating cost reduction obligation (HHCRO): promotes the installation of measures focusing on the repair and replacement of boilers, to homes in receipt of qualifying benefits, to achieve a decrease in the overall cost of space heating.
The targets for each obligation are;
– Carbon emissions reduction obligation (CERO) – 20.9 million tonnes of CO2 carbon savings
– Community obligation (CSCO) – 8.8 million tonnes of CO2 savings
– Home heating cost reduction obligation (HHCRO) £4.2 billion of cost savings.
The targets are divided between the obligated suppliers proportionate to their share of domestic customers.
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