The new Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing post-2020 (EESSH2) aims to maximise the number of homes in the social rented sector attaining an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating B by 2032.
It is higher than the previous goal set in 2014 to be achieved by 2020, with 80% of social rented homes already compliant – and the rest expected to be met by the deadline.
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