AgilityEco Unveils Impact Report: Changing Lives, Homes, and Futures

AgilityEco is delighted to share its latest Impact Report, setting down the progress made between April 2022 and March 2023 to combat fuel poverty and work towards greener, cosier homes.


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Transforming Lives
Over 37,000 vulnerable households across Britain are now reaping the benefits of a warmer and more energy-efficient home, and will enjoy close to £75 million in lifetime bill savings. Our dedicated team reached out to nearly 18,500 of these households through the Local Energy Advice Partnership (LEAP)  service, and over 8,000 received an invaluable home visit. The positive outcomes of AgilityEco’s work extended far beyond energy savings and are estimated to contribute nearly £7 million in health and care outcomes.

A shared achievement
These achievements are testament to teamwork, and we  offer our heartfelt gratitude towards our funders and installer partners whose unwavering support has propelled us forward. Their support and collaboration have powered the installation of 95,000 energy-saving measures, collectively reducing almost 113,000 tonnes of lifetime CO2 emissions.

Sharon Johnson, CEO of AgilityEco, reflects on the company's achievements:

"I am absolutely delighted with the impact that we have jointly achieved with our funders and installers this year. From supporting residents with low carbon heating, insulation and renewables to smaller measures such as energy-saving lightbulbs and even air fryers, each intervention that has taken place has shown an understanding of vulnerable customer needs as well as showcasing our installers’ expertise at delivery.
AgilityEco is one of the first UK businesses working in the field of energy efficiency and fuel poverty to achieve B Corp certification. I am hugely grateful to our highly engaged partners across the country who have helped us meet the highest standards of social and environmental performance this year, aligning with our mission which is to have a positive impact in reducing fuel poverty, to make Britain’s homes ready for net zero, and for everyone to live in a warm, safe home.”


Ian Peters, Chair of AgilityEco said:

"I have been Chair for four years now and I am still impressed by the dedication of my colleagues at AgilityEco. None of the progress we have made would have been possible without the passion they have for achieving our mission. With our new leadership structure, strategic plan, and the favourable energy landscape ahead, I am confident that AgilityEco is poised for continued success and sustainable growth.”


Tom Biddle, Partner and Head of Bridges Evergreen, added:

"We’re incredibly proud to back AgilityEco and its brilliant team. Over the past decade, its programmes have generated tremendous positive impact for so many households in vulnerable situations; and since our investment in 2019, the business has continued to go from strength to strength. We look forward to seeing it continue to lead the way in tackling fuel poverty and supporting the UK’s journey to net zero.”


Contact us if you would like to find out how we're making Britain's homes warmer and greener.