Energy shortages over the last year have resulted in sharp increases in residential utility costs with some regions, like the UK, seeing the energy price cap increase by more than 50% in April with further rises due in October. What’s more, many energy firms are facing an uncertain future as they struggle with sudden spikes in wholesale gas and oil prices, causing many suppliers to shutter operations.

As the energy supply market reacts to the war in Ukraine, and shortages caused by the surge due to the lifting of COVID related lockdowns, utility costs are predicted to fluctuate wildly, it’s critical that businesses in real estate, energy, and the public sector can identify residential energy performance by area. This will allow them to better understand how different locations and communities consuming energy are being affected by rising costs.

In this webinar, we’re joined by our Data Partnerships Manager, Javier Duque, and Clifford McDowell, Founder of Doorda, as they discuss:


- How residential energy performance data and spatial analysis can be used to understand the impact of energy costs on communities


- How to ultimately help reduce costs and overall energy consumption.



A PDF of the slides of the presentation is also available to download here.