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We’ve recently joined both the Good Homes Alliance and the National Energy Foundation’s SuperHomes Network.

Following the launch of our Sustainable Homes Matrix earlier this year, we’re continuing to support customers with their decarbonisation journeys and helping them to deliver truly affordable and sustainable homes for residents to thrive in – our partnerships with these two organisations helps us to do this.

Both networks will support our breadth of knowledge and resource to support Members with newly built, high performing homes and scalable retrofit standards. We’re looking forward to learning more from them as they support our ‘One Sustainable Public Estate’ programme in partnership with the UK Business Council for Sustainable Development.

“SEC are pleased to join the NEF SuperHomes network and the Good Homes Alliance. As we continue to support our Members with their ambitious decarbonisation targets, the relationships we’ve formed with both organisations will be truly beneficial. Their unique point of views and experiences will be an asset to our upcoming ‘One Sustainable Public Estate’ programme” – we’re proud to have them on board.”

David Smith, Head of Business Partnerships, South East Consortium

“We’re really pleased to have SEC as new members, procurement of housing that aims for net zero is still a challenge to our members and the more choice that is available within the supply chain is critical in allowing them to succeed in their aims. SEC fully recognise this and that’s why we see them as well aligned with the GHAs aims. We look forward to working with SEC to help grow the number of net zero homes being delivered.”

Julian Brooks, Programmes Director, Good Homes Alliance

Watch this space – as we’ll publish more on this as our conversations progress.

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Want to know more about the Good Home Alliance? They’re a Membership organisation who promote building quality, sustainable homes and communities in the UK. They collaborate with government and industry to promote knowledge sharing across the housing sector. You can learn more about them here.

Want to know more about the NEF’s SuperHomes network? They’re a network of energy aware households who are redefining green living. They share retrofit knowledge and best practice to homeowners looking to refurbish homes to the highest standards of energy efficiency. You can learn more about them here.