AgilityEco has launched its Impact Report from April 2021 to March 2022, which highlights its work on energy efficiency and fuel poverty programmes.
The report reflects on what was a significant year for the business in terms of results, leadership change and of course, savings and improvements for customers and households across Britain - with vulnerable households achieving almost £170 million in total lifetime bill savings from energy-saving measures arranged by AgilityEco.
AgilityEco’s fuel poverty programmes combined have helped over 44,550 vulnerable households averaging a lifetime bill saving of £5,613 across Britain.
During 2021 -2022 AgilityEco unlocked over £60 million for clients and partners. This funding has provided almost 99,000 energy efficiency measures, in turn abating almost 514,000 tonnes of lifetime CO2 emissions. These measures have also had a profound effect on the health of residents and are estimated to have saved the healthcare system £7,740,486.
Sharon Johnson, CEO of AgilityEco, said:
I am absolutely delighted with AgilityEco’s results this year. From supporting residents with small measures such as energy-saving lightbulbs to larger retrofit measures such as the installation of a brand new heat pump, each intervention encapsulates our understanding of vulnerable customer needs as well as showcasing our expertise at delivery. Our Warmer Homes LAD programme led by Portsmouth City Council has blazed a trail, achieving by the end of March 2022 a total of 1,869 customers’ homes upgraded - nearly three times the number of any other comparable project. The breadth and depth of AgilityEco’s interventions in 2021-2022 has been truly astounding and our teams across the country should be rightly proud of these achievements and the impact we have had on fuel poor and vulnerable customers.”
Ian Peters, Chair of AgilityEco, said:
I have now been Chair of AgilityEco for three years and during this time I have seen our Board develop a keen focus on building strength in key areas that will take us forward into 2023 and beyond. These include an ambitious growth strategy as well as working towards net zero and low carbon heating options, and ensuring our organisation has the skills to support our supply chain partners to do this. AgilityEco and its partners are now geared up to help more struggling households than ever in the coming years, and to achieve even greater financial, environmental, social and public health outcomes.”
Tom Biddle, Partner and Head of Bridges Evergreen, said:
AgilityEco has once again had a fantastic year, delivering tangible social and environmental outcomes at scale. The energy and cost of living crisis has made it another difficult year for millions of households across Britain, and the team has performed brilliantly through its community programmes to deliver better outcomes for low-income and vulnerable families, and to prepare Britain’s homes for Net Zero.”
This year’s report showcases real life customer stories and how AgilityEco’s holistic approach - working alongside partners such as energy companies, local authorities and installers - has had a profound effect on their energy usage, bills and quality of life. Download the report now.
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