Our focus is on creating new opportunities and solutions in housing and energy– whether that is energy supply, management, metering, energy reduction or renewable energy in social housing.
We start with the client and work with them to identify their needs, the needs of their organisation and of their customers.
Energy is now the second biggest cost for many households and with pressures on incomes, many landlords are looking at how they can get a better deal for their customers, as well as reduce operational costs and potentially generate new revenues that can be used to improve services. We deliver a unique service for the sector that allows customers to sign up in two minutes to the best tariffs and to secure savings for years to come.
Communal heating can deliver great service and great value for customers and landlords and it has significant potential in the future. There are new opportunities that are now available which can generate new investment and manage long term costs for landlord and customer. We are working with clients to ensure that they are compliant with the new EU Directive on Metering and Billing. We help landlords ensure their schemes are designed and managed so that they are efficient, cost effective and deliver affordable and flexible heating for their homes and save significant costs as a result.
Electric heating has often been installed for the right reasons, but can lead to higher costs and increased customer complaints, particularly as energy costs rise. The solutions are not always the obvious ones, but we have helped clients find answers that helps customers and improve service delivery. We have created Guides for the social housing sector on how to tackle electrically heated homes and an evaluation tool that helps housing providers create options based on their priorities - capital and revenues costs, reducing fuel poverty and energy costs and meeting their energy targets.
We have been working with partners on new funding models that include traditional sources such as ECO, the Renewable Heat Incentive and also Asset Revenue Mapping to realise the revenue value in housing stock.
The Energy Efficiency Directive on Metering and Billing went live in June 2014 and will require all suitable homes to have individual metering and billing by 2016. This should mean that customers have greater control over their energy costs, but it will mean landlords will have to take some key steps to make this happen, as well as have to report on what they are doing as many will have now become Heat Network Operators. We are working with a range of housing providers, as well as the National Housing Federation and the Department of Energy and Climate change to ensure we all get the best outcomes – for customers and landlords.
Creating and developing new products and services can be exciting, challenging and rewarding. The Adecoe team have been responsible for getting a number of innovations to the market and have taken them from simply a great idea to a successful businesses venture. Through great market analysis, detailed product design, prototyping, flight testing and launching, we love sharing the incredible journey of business development with clients.
We work with a wide range of clients on a range of projects. In simple terms we work with clients to deliver solutions to problems – big and small.
- Trusted advisor/representative and lobbyist; technical support in high level meetings
- Training, facilitation and workshops for staff, customers, management teams and Board
- Strategic analysis and planning
- Change management for organisations, from Board through to customer delivery
- Copywriting, messaging, presentations and publicity for strategies, products and projects
- Procurement and specification; support, tender writing, evaluation and technical
- Bid identification, development and management
- Inspirational event and conference speaking
- Financing, funding and financial modelling
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