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Energy Solutions and Void Management for Social Housing​

Social housing associations operate within a distinctive landscape, and our tailored energy solutions and void management for social housing are designed to address these specific needs. From optimising energy performance to reducing long-term operational costs, our strategies are finely tuned to enhance the sustainability of social housing properties.

Understanding the needs and requirements of social housing associations.

We understand that energy management is a critical part of running social housing associations and optimising your energy use can have a significant impact on your bottom line. With our team’s expertise, we aim to help you reduce your energy consumption, increase efficiency, and lower costs.

Energy Management

Utilising BP Consulting’s energy management service can benefit social housing organisations by identifying areas for consumption optimisation, recognising areas for cost-savings, and identifying issues promptly.

Smart and Sub-Metering

Gaining precise insights into energy usage patterns amongst residents can identify areas for energy efficiency improvements. Furthermore, utilising metering opportunities can lead to consistent billing accuracy.

Bill Validation

Ensure accurate billing and prevent overcharging with bill validation; with our bill validation service, we can support effective budgeting, enable optimal recourse allocation and contribute to social housing associations sustainability goals.

Ongoing Support and Void Management

With continuous assistance in managing consumption, billing and costs, social housing associations can identify potential reductions in energy costs and determine energy efficient measures.

Energy Procurement

Strategic energy procurement can lead to obtaining competitive rates across social housing portfolios. Procurement practices allow social housing associations to secure stable energy supplies, supporting budget predictability.

Renewable Solutions

Exploring renewable energy alternatives can be a cost-effective approach to a more sustainable association. An eco-friendly social housing infrastructure has a positive impact on the community and can lead to cost-efficiency.

In 2021, households in the UK consumed nearly 109 terawatt-hours of electricity, or roughly 38 percent of the total consumption of energy that year. With BP, that mind-blowing number of terawatts can decrease through our tailored energy solutions and void management for social housing​​ associations.

Our consultancy services are tailored to the unique needs of social housing, and we work closely with our clients to understand their energy goals and objectives. We provide a comprehensive range of services that include:

Energy Auditing

Our energy auditing service helps social housing associations to identify areas of energy wastage and inefficiency. We use the latest technology and techniques to measure energy consumption and identify potential savings.

Energy Management

We provide energy management services that include developing energy policies, setting targets, and implementing energy-saving measures. Our dedicated team will work closely with your social housing association to develop a customised energy management plan that meets your specific needs.

Energy Procurement

We help housing associations to procure energy at competitive rates. Our Energy Consultants will analyse your energy requirements and provide recommendations on the most cost-effective energy procurement options.

Renewable Energy

We offer a range of renewable energy solutions, including solar power, CHP, and LED bulbs. We can help you to assess the feasibility of renewable energy options and develop a plan for implementation.

Void Energy Management

Our specialised void energy management strategies aim to prevent vacant properties falling into out-of-contract rates. However, Void periods also present a unique opportunity to assess and enhance the energy performance of social housing units.

Combined with seamlessly integrated energy efficiency practices, we aim for each property transition to contribute to a greener and more economically sustainable social housing landscape. By incorporating energy-efficient solutions during void periods, housing providers can reduce long-term operational costs while making a positive impact on the environment.

How Can We Help Social Housing Associations?

At BP Consulting, we are committed to providing our clients with high-quality energy consultancy services that deliver measurable results. We collaborate with our clients to ensure that our services meet their unique needs. If you’re a social housing association looking to reduce your energy consumption, improve efficiency, and save costs, then contact us today to discuss your requirements. Our experienced team will be happy to assist you in developing an effective energy management strategy that meets your needs.

Our team will work with you to understand your current energy usage and identify areas where you can save money. Due to our strong relationships with a number of leading UK energy suppliers, we aim to secure competitive prices.

Start saving time and money on your energy today by filling in the form below and a member of our team will be in touch.

Reduce Consumption

At BP, we can help to construct an energy strategy tailored to your organisation, and with additional energy management and efficiency measures, you could massively reduce your energy consumption.

Improve Efficiency

Through energy efficiency measures, such as HVAC assessments and IoT solutions, we work with your organisation to lower consumption for sustainability and cost savings.

Save Costs

We empower social housing associations through competitive energy contracts, reduced consumption, and renewable solutions with the aim of saving you costs on your energy.

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