Climate Energy, Keepmoat and Willmott Dixon are among 11 companies named on a framework to provide home retrofits for public sector landlords in the capital under the Mayor of London’s RE:NEW programme.
The framework, which is in place for four years, is intended to streamline the procurement process for London boroughs, housing associations, universities and other public sector clients. It is estimated that the framework could deliver up to £1.6bn of home energy upgrades.
Since it was established in 2009, RE:NEW has helped to improve more than 111,500 London homes, saving around 30,300 tonnes of carbon dioxide a year.
The companies on the framework are:
- Climate Energy
- Kier Group
- Mark Group
- Mulalley & Co
- Osborne Energy
- Polybead Insulation
- Willmott Dixon.
Deputy mayor for housing, land and property, Richard Blakeway, said: “With social landlords facing pressures to make efficiencies on their operating costs, we want to support partners to continue to prioritise energy saving programmes – reducing the energy bills of occupiers and cutting carbon emissions.
“By establishing the framework, we are able to speed up the delivery of domestic retrofitting and I encourage public sector organisations to get on board and use the support available.”