Experts questioned on energy efficiency of existing homes
2 November 2020
The Environmental Audit Committee holds a further evidence session as part of the inquiry, Energy Efficiency of Existing Homes. During this two-panel session, MPs will be considering owner occupied (making up 63% of all UK dwellings) and privately rented homes (making up 20% of all UK dwellings).
- Watch Parliament TV: Energy Efficiency of Existing Homes
- Inquiry: Energy Efficiency of Existing Homes
- Environmental AUdit Committee
4 November 2020, virtual meeting
- Dr Rhian Marie Thomas OBE, Chief Executive, Green Finance Institute
- Claire Tracey, Chief Strategy and Sustainability Officer at Nationwide Building Society
- Gavin Dick, Local Authority Policy Officer, National Residential Landlords Association
- Dr Joanne Wade OBE, Chief Strategic Advisor, The Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE)
- Peter Smith, Director of Policy and Research, National Energy Action (NEA)
- Jonathan Ducker, Head of Regulatory Affairs, Kingspan
- Robert Tiffin, Director, Eco Tiffin and London Vice President of Federation of Master Builders
The first panel of experts will discuss share insights on the able-to-pay and the private rented sector, and the second panel will look at those that are unable to pay, rural and hard to upgrade homes.