The GLA has today published their evaluation of the third phase of RE:NEW, the Mayor of London’s home energy efficiency retrofit programme. The evaluation was undertaken by Regeneris, adding to our growing expertise in assessing the impact of low carbon and energy projects.
The RE:NEW programme was intended to reduce both carbon emissions and energy bills, in line with the Mayor’s target to cut carbon emissions in the capital by 60% by 2025 and 80% by 2050. It aimed to do this by working with different groups including London boroughs and housing associations to increase the value for money, scale and delivery speed of the retrofit projects and by improving the technical expertise and capacity within these organisations.
We evaluated the programme against a range of targets and objectives. This included analysing the project’s financial and performance data, consulting with the delivery team and wider stakeholders and conducting a survey of project beneficiaries. Our report sets out a series of conclusions on the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency and impact of the RE:NEW programme and recommendations for taking the programme forward.
The full report can be found here.
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