CoreLogic have released an update to the PAS Hub desktop software used by ECO and Retrofit customers who are involved in the delivery of PAS2035 and ECO compliant measures. This update is significant for those who will be involved in the Green Homes Grant Voucher Scheme.
The software now enables the delivery of the PAS 2030:2017 journey, which is the current required standard set out by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) in the majority of instances for Green Homes Grant Voucher Scheme (GHGVS) measures. Where GHGVS projects still require PAS 2030:2019 due to elevated risk status, then no problem, as the software can also support that, and CoreLogic can provide Retrofit Coordinators, should you not have your own resource. This new feature on the software will be automatically enabled for all customers using PAS Hub. It will provide a simple and easy to use solution to support the PAS 2030:2017 journey and compliance with the GHGVS. We are currently awaiting confirmation of the final scheme administrator requirements which will then be built into the platform, and we will then work with TrustMark to finalise the API lodgement process.
The Government has made available £2 billion for installing energy efficiency and renewable energy measures into UK homes by 31 March 2021 under the GHGVS. The vouchers will help pay for energy efficiency improvements, that will help cut energy bills and potentially save families hundreds of pounds a year. The GHGVS is available now and predicted to deliver significant volumes of work for certified businesses, including Retrofit Assessors and Coordinators who are registered with TrustMark. If you are interested in finding out more about how using CoreLogic’s software can help companies manage Retrofit work, including instruction of Retrofit Coordinators, transfer of work between companies, project sign-off and lodgement onto the TrustMark data warehouse, see here or contact us on 0333 123 1415 or email salesUK@corelogic.com.