Community Buildings Programme 2010 - 2015 Review
Produced by the
Climate Emergency (Infrastructure, Housing and Environment)
and published on
31 Dec 2015
Prepared internally, no external cost
Under the Community Buildings Programme, The Department of the Environment's Energy Efficiency Service administers grants for energy efficiency measures in residential and non-residential community buildings.
This report reviews the programme between 2010 and 2015. It collates and analyses data on energy use and carbon dioxide emissions prior to, and after the installation of, the grant funded measures. It evaluates the success of the programme and looks at its benefits, such as overall costs versus energy, carbon and money saved. The report also considers additional benefits, eg improved comfort for people using the buildings.
The report identifies a number of lessons learnt from the programme and suggests improvements for any future schemes.
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