Industries have been sceptical of the Green Deal
due to it’s lack of awareness, political U-turns, complexities and uncertainties of the economy.
The Government has therefore committed to the success of the Green Deal by incentivising initial take-up.
This is intended to make the Green Deal hit the ground running, and to make it as attractive as possible to millions of households and businesses.
£200m of new and additional Government funding will provide a special time-limited ‘introductory’ offer to boost the early take up of Green Deal.
What is the Green Deal?
Every UK domestic and non-domestic property will be eligible under the Green Deal Scheme to install packages of energy saving technologies at no upfront cost with low interest loans. The Golden Rule will ensure repayments are made over time from the energy savings made.
Green Deal is expected to kick start around £14 billion of private sector investment over the next decade.
There will be support to help small family firms as well as big high street names to get involved in the Green Deal in order to ensure their market share.
Get your Green Deal Passport document detailing options for taking advantage of the Green Deal
To help organisations to achieve the best possible opportunities for Green Deal and ECO work, Property Aspects’ Green Deal expert Phyllis Boardman has designed a ‘Passport to Green Deal’ which is a menu of options available to all types of organisations.
To receive a copy of your ‘Passport to Green Deal’, Please email your name and contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org
Phyllis Boardman BSc (Hons) MCIH
Green Deal Specialist
Property Aspects Magazine