Changeworks: your one-stop shop for low carbon buildings
Leading environmental charity highlights how it can help SFHA members to meet their low carbon goals.
Ahead of Changeworks sponsoring SFHA’s Housing Now, Housing's Future: Climate Change and Sustainability Conference on 4 February, the leading environmental charity is highlighting how it can help SFHA members to meet their low carbon goals.
Changeworks is uniquely placed to work with housing associations, providing an end-to-end service that encompasses all aspects of fabric improvement work. From planning, to installation, to monitoring, Changeworks can help design a solution for every step of the process.
It recognises that Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing post-2020 (EESSH2) is a challenging standard to aim for, and that’s why Changeworks wants to work with you to find the best approach for your stock. That means tailored strategies that look to the future and will stand the test of time.
Changeworks is also uniquely experienced in working with tenants, too, so can help embed good energy efficiency behaviours and work with tenants to make sure they understand how to get the best out of whatever new technology has been installed.
Roddy Hamilton, Changeworks Principal Consultant, said: “We know that housing associations face a number of challenges in ensuring their stock is ready for a low-carbon future. With our experience, and our comprehensive in-house services, we can be there every step of the way.
“Whether it’s planning and managing an install or upgrade, providing quality assurance inspections to check work has been done well, working with tenants to make sure low carbon heating systems are used correctly, or monitoring and evaluation to evidence the outcomes, we can help. We can do all of that, and more."
SFHA’s Housing Now, Housing's Future: Climate Change and Sustainability Conference is a virtual event, taking place on 4 February. For further details regarding this conference and the Housing Now, Housing's Future event series, please visit the SFHA Live! section.