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1 Energy Company Obligation (ECO) : Guidance for Suppliers Carillion Energy Services (CES) welcomes the opportunity to respond to the consultation on the Energy Company Obligation (ECO) : Guidance for Suppliers. In order to put our comments into context, it may be helpful to outline briefly our role in the provision of energy services across the UK and Ireland. Carillion is one of the UK s leading support services companies with a substantial portfolio of Public Private Partnership projects and extensive construction capabilities. The Group has annual revenue of over 5 billion, employs around 46,000 people and operates across the UK, in the Middle East, Canada and the Caribbean. Carillion Energy Services, a division of the group, is a leading independent energy services provider and one of the largest installers of renewable technologies and domestic heating services in the UK. We currently operate within the private domestic, social and commercial market sectors offering a wide range of energy efficient renewable technologies and domestic heating services to our customers. CES has the ability to source responsive funding solutions, design and implement a customer centric offering and deliver the installation of required measures with the support of an established supply chain network. Carillion Energy Services is a registered Green Deal Provider and will be delivering Green Deal and Energy Company Obligation across Great Britain. The first of these schemes is the Birmingham Energy Savers (BES) programme. CES will work with Birmingham City Council as its exclusive delivery partner to improve the energy and carbon efficiency of up to 60,000 households across the city, together with schools and other non-domestic council properties. We will be delivering all elements of ECO including installation of our Ecopod heating system as part of the programme. For further information on our work, please visit our website: Responses to individual questions: CHAPTER: One Question 1: Do you agree with our proposed date of effect of the final guidance? If not, please suggest a different approach and explain your reasons for this. We have no issues with the proposed date of effect provided earlier pilots can proceed in line with the guidance in the Open Letters. Question 2: Whilst ECO brokerage is not currently mandated what, if any, areas of additional detail should be considered to avoid complications for the Brokerage Mechanism? CES has no comments on additional reporting and notification requirements for claiming carbon savings through the brokerage mechanism, however, we are 1

2 currently considering the proposals contained within the DECC consultation and will respond in due course. CHAPTER: Four Question 3: We have stated that, where a supplier funds all or part of the installation of a measure, we will be satisfied that a supplier has promoted a measure. Do you think that this is a sufficient test for promotion, or should we include additional criteria? For example, where an extension is being built to a property, or an occupied property is being renovated, should we only award a score to measures that are installed and that exceed building regulations? Also, should we only award the portion of the carbon or cost saving that exceeds building regulations? Provided a measure is appropriate for the property and owner/occupants, is in line with fabric first principles and is installed according to best practice by an approved and qualified person, then it should not matter whether the measure was promoted by the supplier, funder, owner, or a third party. This approach would create greater market flexibility, which would encourage innovation. Carbon scores should be awarded only on the basis of tangible and proven savings, with robust monitoring arrangements to demonstrate this is the case. Provided carbon savings can be proven, we would support awarding carbon scores for the entirety of an installation, not simply the proportion of savings that exceed building regulation requirements. Despite the existence of challenging standards in Part L, existing properties are not required to meet current standards retrospectively, therefore the carbon reduction achieved through installation of measures under ECO would not necessarily have occurred through the building regulation regime alone. Question 4: Do you think that the installation and technical standards required by us under ECO are sufficient? If not, which other standards would be more appropriate? The technical standards for qualifying actions to be recommended measures under CERO and CSCO may prove to be logistically challenging. Under current proposals a whole house survey is required, whether via a green deal report or chartered surveyor s report even for high volume, low cost measures such as cavity wall insulation or loft insulation. It would be helpful if this type of measure could be recognised as a qualifying action from a site survey, installer s certificates or other relevant supporting documentation. We would also support greater flexibility through application of other industry standards such as CIBSE, BRE or BBA, which may inform the PAS. Question 5: Do you agree that we should only require suppliers to comply with the measure-specific annexes in PAS, or should we require suppliers to comply with PAS in its entirety? If the latter, please explain why. As outlined above, CES supports adoption of a wider range of industry standards to assess compliance provided Ofgem define and communicate which standards can be applied. 2

3 CHAPTER: Five Question 6: Please provide your views on our definition of, and evidential requirements for, hard-to-treat cavities. In particular: - Cavities which are not suitable to insulate with standard insulation materials or techniques - Substantial remedial works - The requirement for a chartered surveyor s report for the insulation of natural stone cavity walls CES notes in section 5.15 c that failed cavity wall can be treated under CERO as a primary measure. CES would welcome further guidance on how carbon calculations under SAP should be approached given that there will be insulation already present at the pre assessment stage, which will impact upon the possible level of carbon savings and resulting CERO budget. Given the substantial cost of extraction and refill for failed CWI, CES recommends that the SAP in pre-assessment is undertaken on the assumption that no CWI is present at the property. CHAPTER: Six Question 7: Please provide your views on our interpretation of the requirement for walls and lofts to be insulated before district heating connections can be installed. CES wholly supports a fabric first approach to energy efficiency, especially when high levels of savings can be achieved at relatively low cost. However, we would prefer mandatory installation of loft and cavity wall insulation for a fixed percentage of properties that are to be connected to a district heating system, as has been proposed for the RHI, rather than requiring every single property to meet this standard. Imposing an overly rigid 100% standard could risk the success of an entire project, potentially due to non-compliance from only a single property. It is important to strike a balance between carbon saving and cost for example, if expensive non-standard insulation is required for multiple properties, this could impact an entire project s financial viability with the outcome that no carbon savings are realised. It is therefore important to allow suppliers and their delivery partners sufficient flexibility to recommend the best package of measures that does not entail excessive costs. CHAPTER: Seven Question 8: What are your views on our approach to qualifying boilers set out in Appendix 2? In particular: our definition of a boiler, warranty requirements, and methodology to evidence the boiler being repaired or replaced. CES has some concerns regarding boiler repairs and warranties. Under the current definition of a qualifying boiler, a warranty must be offered for the entirety of the boiler system, not just the part that is being repaired. Installers may consequently be reluctant to take on this level of liability, particularly if only minor repairs have been carried out. As such, there is a risk that some installers may replace A and B rated boilers unnecessarily, when these could have easily been repaired. We would therefore recommend that the warranty requirement should be limited to the components of a boiler that have been repaired. 3

4 Question 9: What do you consider to be the expected cost of providing a oneyear and two-year warranty in respect of a repaired qualifying boiler? Please see our response to the previous question in response to warranty requirements for boiler repairs. Question 10: Do you feel that our approach for evidencing AWG eligibility is appropriate? If not, can you suggest an alternative to this approach? CES has no current objections to the evidencing arrangements for the AWG and we note that the approach has parallels with evidencing arrangements under Warm Front. We would, however, support a data-sharing arrangement with DWP to maximise referrals. We are aware that the evidence arrangements outlined in the draft Guidance may soon become invalid as the evidencing arrangements will clearly be impacted by the introduction of and full transition to Universal Credit (UC). As such we would welcome clarification on forthcoming arrangements, particularly in light of the phased introduction of UC, with new claimants in Manchester and Cheshire due to receive UC as early as April In terms of policy design, particularly in relation to Scotland, we have some concerns regarding the use of the overall SIMD bottom 15% rather than the Income Domain element, which is a more accurate proxy for fuel poverty and was utilised under CESP. Question 11: Do you feel that our approach for evidencing householder is appropriate? If not, can you suggest an alternative, or robust proxy, to this approach? We have no specific issues with the approach proposed to evidence that a person is householder. CHAPTER: Eight Question 12: What are your views on our approach to how suppliers must utilise SAP, RdSAP and associated software? There are specific limitations for using the SAP/RdSAP methodology for communal heating systems as SAP/RdSAP is primarily designed to assess individual dwellings. RdSAP systems in particular cannot offer communal systems as a 'recommended measure'. The SAP/RdSAP methodology can only account for a single fuel source on a communal heating system. CES works with an award-winning EcoPod hybrid communal heating system, which was formerly approved by Ofgem for installation under CESP and which qualifies as a district heating system within the ECO order. The EcoPod makes use of a combination of primary fuel sources including heat pumps, solar hot water and modular gas boilers. The contribution of each fuel source to the whole system to provide both hot water and central heating is dependent on a range of factors including weather and heat demand. The SAP/RdSAP methodology is unable to calculate the savings from combined fuel sources such as solar thermal and gas used in the EcoPod system. Furthermore, SAP does not account for the bespoke Building Management System that accompanies EcoPod, nor does it account for the 4

5 mini-domestic heat exchangers and optimisation controls that are included in the design. CES would welcome working with Ofgem to establish the approval of an appropriate methodology to assess the 'EcoPod' and the CO 2 savings that it can achieve. We have concerns regarding the starting U Values assumed by the SAP methodology and its appendices, which may not be commensurate with industry guidelines, e.g. for hard to treat No-Fines properties. We would recommend that Ofgem allows flexibility in the starting U Values provided the values selected are evidenced by approved bodies such as CIBSE, BBA etc Ofgem should accept flexibility in the starting U Value as long as evidenced by approved bodies, e.g. and/or by using through-wall inspections and bespoke calculations. Ofgem should not enforce the target U Value too rigidly as local authorities, particularly in Scotland, simply welcome any level of improvement to hard-to-treat ageing housing stock in their areas. The U Values required by building regulations should not be overly rigidly enforced due to justified technical barriers, such as the thickness of insulants, quality assurance, the law of diminishing return, further cost increases for example due to extension of roof verges or sills. Although we support the rationale behind in-use factors, for some measures the factors applied are seen by many in the delivery/supply side as punitive. We recognise, however, that there must be a balance between theoretical claims on savings and those actually realised by customers, as per our previous consultation response to DECC. Finally it would be helpful if the EST could provide new cost saving models and userfriendly calculators online for customers, similar to the solar pv type software tools, which show residents what they should expect to save on current tariffs for the 40 or more measures they could enjoy in their homes. Question 13: Do you have any comments on our approach to scoring packages of measures? If suggesting alternatives, please provide evidence on how this will meet the requirement for suppliers to notify us of carbon/cost scores each month. As outlined above, we believe that for some measures, particularly EWI and hard to treat CWI, the in-use factors are punitive and should be revised accordingly. In terms of the calculating carbon savings (factor S) it would appear necessary to complete full SAP rather than RdSAP in order to calculate CO 2 savings to three decimal places we would welcome further guidance on this point. It would also be helpful if Ofgem could approve compatible calculators as was the case for CESP. Multiple carbon-saving methods should be allowable to encourage flexibility and competitive delivery, provided these methods are demonstrably robust, consistent and are subject to an adequate monitoring regime. Question 14: a) What are your views on whether suppliers should be able to infer some RdSAP inputs when scoring measures under the HHCRO? CES supports the ability to infer some RdSAP inputs for scoring measures under HHCRO as this allows for greater flexibility. 5

6 b) Do you have any suggestions on how this could be done, while ensuring that the savings determined for the measure are accurate and specific to the property in which they are installed? A number of approaches could be adopted to support the inputs/coefficients including: provision of robust empirical evidence; feasibility studies; case studies; recognised industry standards from the bodies outlined earlier in this consultation. c) Would this enable the obligation to be delivered more efficiently and effectively? Please provide qualitative and quantitative evidence to support your position As outlined in our response to question 12, inferring some inputs under HHCRO may overcome deficiencies in the SAP methodology, which would therefore enable more effectively delivery across a range of measures. Question 15: We intend to publish all appropriate methodologies immediately after approval that we approve on our website. What are your views on this proposal? CES supports ongoing publication of alternative methodologies following approval. CHAPTER: Nine Question 16: Do you feel that our approach to determining the date on which the installation of a measure is complete is reasonable? Are there instances where you think an alternative approach should apply? If so what alternative do you propose? We would support a flexible common-sense approach to handover timeframes. For simpler packages of measures the timeframe of four calendar weeks should usually be feasible, however, major projects requiring significant distribution infrastructure work or intensive structural and/ or building remedial work, may justifiably exceed this timeframe due to unforeseen technical barriers. We hope that delivery organisations will be able to work proactively with Ofgem to secure permissible extensions to standard completion deadlines where there is a genuine technical reason. Question 17: Do you feel that our approach to what we consider as administrative oversight is reasonable? If not, please explain why. Though CES agrees that the definition of administrative oversight is entirely reasonable, we expect that administrative issues will be more common in the early phases of the programme. We would therefore welcome a supportive approach from Ofgem at this stage, which ideally could be accessible at regional and community level. Ofgem should look to supplement its statutory regulatory and monitoring role to include constructive support in addition to punitive measures for non-compliance. Furthermore, we would welcome efforts from Ofgem and DECC to raise awareness and engagement on the operation of Green Deal and ECO, particularly for landlords and community groups, who thus far may find the complexity of the policies to be a barrier to take-up. CHAPTER: Eleven 6

7 Question 18: Do you feel that this chapter adequately explains what can be considered as an excess action? CES considers this to be a matter for suppliers. Question 19: Do you agree that our process for making an application for excess actions is clear? CES considers this to be a matter for suppliers. CHAPTER: Thirteen Question 20: What are your views on our approach to auditing? As outlined in our response to question 17, auditing should strike a balance between enforcement through punitive measures and facilitating change to improve delivery in order to ensure the overall objectives of the ECO have the best chance of being achieved. Question 21: Do you agree with our approach to technical monitoring? If not, do you have any specific comments on how this could be made more efficient? We broadly agree with the approach to technical monitoring and we agree that it is sensible to require auditing only under Green Deal or ECO to avoid unnecessary duplication. Question 22: Are there standards in addition to those contained in the building regulations, that we should require suppliers to technically monitor? We support the standards laid down in the building regulations, however, it is important to note that there may be instances where the standards usually applicable within building regulations are demonstrably not technically, economically, or practically feasible. This can particularly be the case for installation of EWI. We would therefore recommend that due consideration is afforded to the existing overarching feasibility criteria and in such cases, alternative industry guideline can be applied. Question 22: Do you agree that our approach to fraud prevention is suitably robust (including the submission of prevention/detection proposals at the time of activity proposals)? CES agrees with the proposed approach to fraud prevention. 7

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