Energy performance monitoring 

Energy Performance Monitoring

Energy performance monitoring is not just about energy use, it is about ensuring residents’ find homes comfortable to live in, and that they remain cool in summer whilst keeping warm in winter.

Our energy performance monitoring service uses minimal data collection to identify whether homes are delivering on their predicted energy use.  This is complemented by resident feedback and our deep understanding of energy performance to identify and understand performance gaps.  The advent of the Green Deal means that energy service companies are under increasing pressure to deliver savings, and where savings do not materialize there will be a need to understand why.

Not only can energy performance monitoring avoid future reputational risk, it can be a positive learning experience that drives improvements in procurement practice, project management and resident experience.

Contact us if you want assistance with the capture and analysis of energy performance data for your own home or for properties you manage including that all-important feedback from residents.  To read more about our own homes energy performance click here.

How we can help

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Hockerton Housing Project – case study (2003 edition, 967 kB)

An independent guide from the Energy Saving Trust (EST).

Hockerton Housing Project response to EST New Practice Profile

HHP responds to issues raised by the EST.

HHP Retrofit for the Future case study

HHP applies its approach to existing homes.

Hockerton Houses Energy Generation data 15 16

Output energy graphs from our renewable generators on site.

What others say

An innovative and cost-effective example of ultra-low-energy housing with no need for space heating and uses only 25% of the energy of a conventional house – EST

‘A maintenance manager’s dream is to have a housing stock with no heating system’
David Pickles, former Chief Architect at Newark and Sherwood District Council