Maximising Energy Efficiency Forum

The Maximising Energy Efficiency Forum, a Green Deal advisory forum, promotes energy efficiency improvements across different building tenures.

Role of the group

The Green Deal is designed to help householders and businesses increase the energy efficiency of properties across the UK.

The Maximising Energy Efficiency Forum suggests ways of increasing the uptake of the Green Deal across a range of property tenures, types and geographic locations.

The aim of this group is to advise the government on unlocking untapped potential within the UK’s building stock. This involves freehold, leasehold, commercial and both private and socially rented properties.

The group’s focus is:

  • assisting with the mapping of existing energy efficiency and potential
  • sharing good practice on encouraging uptake of the Deal
  • identifying options (and overcoming barriers) for increasing the coverage of Green Deal measures across tenancy, property type and location
  • advising government on our emerging legislative framework in this area
  • updating group members on the development of the wider Green Deal

Membership

  • Andrew Warren, Association for the Conservation of Energy (Chair)
  • Royal Institute of British Architects
  • Homes and Communities Agency
  • National Housing Federation
  • Local Government Association
  • National Landlords Association
  • National Association for Estate Agents
  • Residential Landlords Association
  • British Property Federation
  • The Association of Residential Letting Agents
  • National Organisation of Residential Associations
  • Fuel Poverty Advisory Group
  • Leasehold Advisory Service
  • Forum for the Future
  • Existing Homes Alliance
  • Local Authority Building Control
  • Association for the Conservation of Energy
  • Heat and Hotwater Industry Council
  • Centre for Sustainable Energy
  • UK Business Council for Sustainable Energy
  • Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers
  • Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
  • Confederation of British Industry
  • British Council of Offices

Minutes

31 January, 2013: minutes

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29 November, 2012: minutes

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3 October, 2012: minutes

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17 July, 2012: minutes

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Terms of reference

Terms of reference

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Contact details

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