How our CROHM service helps you meet EESSH reporting requirements and set your strategy.
If you are looking for a way to improve the energy efficiency of your worst performing stock then you might turn to your EPC certificate for recommendations. However, Parity have shown impressive savings can be made by using the minimum SAP analysis as part of the CROHM (Carbon Reduction Options for Housing Managers) stock assessment […]
Over the last couple of days we’ve finally had the chance to tally up the number of houses we’ve analysed through our CROHM stock assessment service for social housing, local authorities and private landlords, and it turns out that without realising we’ve passed the one million homes milestone! To mark that achievement, we’ve interviewed our Technical […]
Here at Parity we like a challenge, so we have recently been looking at what services we can offer to the owners/managers of different types of non-domestic buildings. Whilst we’ve been looking at all sorts of buildings; places of worship, community centres, offices to name but a few, the idea of providing consultancy services to […]
Our CROHM stock assessment service has been featured in the National Housing Federation‘s new briefing for social housing providers “Business Planning for Energy Efficiency and Renewables”. The briefing – developed in collaboration with us, Sustainable Homes and the Carbon Savings Alliance – is intended to help registered providers build retrofit programmes that are deliverable even […]
Are the changes to ECO all that bad in the grand scheme of things?
Our Carbon Reduction Options for Housing Managers (CROHM) retrofit stock assessment service is unusual in that it uses clients’ specific housing data to inform the analysis, as opposed to generic archetype-based information. This approach provides higher resolution and greater accuracy to the recommendations we are able to make. But what happens if clients come to […]
Last week we held our “Effective ECO Programmes” event in collaboration with Trowers and Hamlins. Given the recent debate over energy bills, the Energy Company Obligation (ECO) and the future of so-called “Green Taxes”, it was no surprise that we had a good turn-out and some engaging debate.