Net Zero Pathways

Changeworks works with registered social landlords throughout Scotland to improve the energy efficiency of their housing stock and provide energy advice and support to tenants.

Solar panels on roof of property.

Our holistic Net Zero Pathways service provides registered social landlords with the information they need to have a plan in place to meet legislative targets.

Our service is made up of several distinct stages, delivered with the expertise of our multi-disciplinary teams, all while ensuring projects meet the highest quality standards.

The first step towards net zero

We support social housing providers with reporting to be Energy Efficient Standard for Social Housing (EESSH2) compliant and help them to access funding to deliver projects.

We have undertaken EESSH2 analysis for 24 clients over the last three years.

In 2022-23, Changeworks completed an EESSH2 analysis across almost 90,000 properties for three housing associations and five local authorities.

A trusted partner

2022-23 marked the second year of our partnership with the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA) and Warmworks.

“Our sector is facing urgent challenges: not only do housing associations and co-operatives need to play their part in tackling climate change by meeting net zero targets, we must do this without increasing costs for tenants, especially at a time of spiraling fuel and food bills.

“Given these challenges, the importance of our partnership with Changeworks and Warmworks will only grow.”

Sally Thomas, SFHA Chief Executive

Click here to download a PDF version of our Net Zero Pathways report for 2022/23.

Working with Glen Housing Association

Since 2021, Changeworks has had a three-year partnership in place with Glen Housing Association to develop and deliver retrofit projects.

Read the case study

Get in touch

Contact us today to find out how Changeworks can help you.