Home Energy Conservation Act 1995

The Government has recognised that local Councils have a unique position to support the delivery of energy efficiency and to help tackle fuel poverty.

Councils are required to publish a document setting out how they aim to support the Government's own targets. From March 2013 this should be completed and published every two years.

Amber Valley Borough Council is a member of the Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Local Authority Energy Partnership and actively supports the delivery of work across the two counties. A new HECA Plan has been prepared and approved by AVBC Cabinet. The HECA report for 2015 can be read here

To make this process more effective and efficient the Council has decided to refresh its Affordable Warmth Plan every two years so that the HECA Plan and Affordable Warmth Plan are the same document.

The Council's Fuel Poverty Strategy 2013-15 has now been replaced.  

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