AgilityEco ECO4 information events

AgilityEco, an expert provider of low carbon, energy efficiency and innovative fuel poverty services recently hosted two events to present the changes to the Energy Company Obligation (ECO) - an online webinar for supply chain partners and an event on behalf of Sheffield City Council for local authorities. Both events were fully sold out in less than 24 hours. Thank you to everyone who attended.

ECO4 is a four-year programme that aims to aid the government in meeting its net zero targets by providing grants to fund energy efficient measures to reduce emissions and energy bills. These measures include insulation, boilers, air source heat pumps, and more. ECO4 heralds great opportunities for supply chain partners and local authorities.

Virtual ECO4 supply chain webinar

AgilityEco’s virtual event offered supply chain partners direct insight into the decisions of the changes to ECO from policy makers, The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).

Attendees also got to hear about the delivery of ECO4, the benefits of working with AgilityEco, PAS2035 highlights, and retrofit support from Bierce, PASHub software solution by CoreLogic and Alto Energy’s Alto Assured programme.

Joint Chief Executive of AgilityEco, Gearoid Lane kicked off proceedings with a welcome speech, introducing AgilityEco and how the business helps fuel poor homes receive fully funded energy efficiency and other measures by working with supply chain partners.

Watch Gearoid’s full welcome speech here.

Rita Varsani, Senior Policy Advisor at BEIS then spoke about the Government’s vision for the future of the policy context. The presentation highlighted the Government’s mission to cut emissions and the commitments in place to meet its targets.

Watch Rita’s full presentation here.

AgilityEco’s Chief Commercial Officer, Shueb Ali, then spoke about the key changes and delivery of ECO4. The presentation highlighted the positives that ECO4 will bring including how the scheme has an increased focus on targeting inefficient private, low-income, households and how it will tackle fuel poverty.

Shueb gave an overview into the differences between social housing, private renting, owner occupied, scoring and how it has changed to reflect the Government’s ambition to meet our fuel poverty targets, and shared his thoughts on ECO4 pricing and its supply chains.

AgilityEco’s Business Development Director, James Sommerville spoke about the new opportunities that ECO4 flex has to offer and how it’s targeting more low income households.

Watch Shueb and James’ full presentation here. You can download the slides here.

AgilityEco’s Senior Business Development Manager, Jonathan Dyson, and Operations Director, Simon White, spoke about the benefits of working with AgilityEco and becoming an official member of the AgilityEcos installer network. AgilityEco’s installer proposition highlights all the advantages of its installer network including lead generation, support, retrofit expertise and its heat pump support and additional installation opportunities.

Watch Jonathan and Simon’s full presentation here.

Director of Energy Solutions at CoreLogic, Rob Cartwright, spoke about how CoreLogic supports the UK property services industry through mobile surveying, workflow management, solutions and smarter decision making. The presentation highlighted how the green property market is becoming increasingly popular amongst households in Britain and how CoreLogic’s software enables the delivery of PAS2035 and ECO compliant measures.

Watch Rob’s full presentation here.

Managing Director of Alto Energy, Scott Greening, spoke in detail about the air source heat pump market and Alto Assured –its heat pump installer scheme and all the benefits, opportunities and training that comes with membership.

Watch Scott’s full presentation here.

You can watch the full video of the webinar here

Sheffield City Council’s local authority information session

ECO4 allows local authorities the opportunity to help households in their communities through the Local Authority Eligibility Flexibility (LA Flex). The LA Flex is shaped to help homeowners on a small budget who are not receiving any benefits. Eligible households can receive a large discount on insulation.

Speakers included Janet Sharpe the Director of Housing and Neighbourhoods at Sheffield City Council, Andrej Miller Team Lead at BEIS, James Johnson, Head of Regional Programme at the Northwest Net Zero Hub, Neil Bowles Director of Surveying at Agility Group and AgilityEco’s Business Development Director James Sommerville.

Find each presentation here:


If you have any queries about Alto Assured, email Scott Greening.

If you want to find out more about PAS and retrofit support, email Nick Ainger.

For any other queries, please email Jonathan Dyson.