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Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing post-2020 (EESSH2): consultation analysis

Published: 22 Nov 2018

Analysis of responses to our public consultation on Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing post-2020.

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Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing post-2020 (EESSH2): consultation analysis
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Footnotes

1. Atholl Steel properties are prefabricated houses built from steel parts.

2. The £9,300 cost set out in the consultation paper is a projected cost for RSLs per dwelling of EESSH2 for a dwelling not meeting EESSH 2 in 2020. This projected cost was derived from a case study exercise, with a number of local authorities and RSLs modelling how much of their stock could be upgraded to the new standard, and at what cost. A parallel cost/benefit exercise was also undertaken by the Scottish Government using the National Household Model. Further information on cost/benefit projections can be found in Part 3 of the consultation.

3. Further information about the current position on fuel poverty is available from the Scottish Government's website at: https://beta.gov.scot/policies/home-energy-and-fuel-poverty/fuel-poverty/


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