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Energy Costs Rising and Building Fabric Deteriorating? How do you prioritise effectively?

Energy Costs Rising and Building Fabric Deteriorating? How do you prioritise effectively?

With the government’s ambitious net zero strategy now set out and energy costs exponentially rising, schools are faced with the complex task of balancing decarbonisation alongside maintenance and repair of their existing building stock.

School estates are often in poor condition and addressing the question of prioritising where to target expenditure on improving energy consumption as well as fabric condition is key to good custodianship.

Taking a holistic approach by undertaking a combined heat decarbonisation and planned preventative maintenance plan helps schools to make informed decisions by providing the opportunity to clearly see the available energy savings alongside the most pressing building fabric issues.

If you would like to find out more on how Synergy can help your school proactively decarbonise and prioritise your repair and maintenance, please contact us on enquiries@synergyllp.com

Funding available now:

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has made available up to £14 million of funding for Phase 3 of the Low Carbon Skills Fund that will provide grants for public sector organisations to engage the specialist and expert advice and skills required to put in place or improve an existing heat decarbonisation plan. The application portal for Phase 3 opens on 15 June 2022. Read more here https://www.salixfinance.co.uk/P3LCSF

Posted on 14/6/2022
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