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Green Deal Funding

The Green Deal Funding System   The Green Deal/Energy Companies Obligation (ECO) was introduced back in January 2013 with the intention of reducing the amounts of wasted energy and support people living in fuel poverty in the UK. Green Deal funding comes from the big energy suppliers, concluding at around £1.3 billion a year.  These Green Deal…

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Green Deal Grants

Green Deal Grants through the Government-backed Green Deal System Green Deal grants are available through the innovative financing system that allows people to pay for energy-efficient home improvements through savings on their energy bills. The Green Deal scheme was launched in January 2013 and applies to domestic and non-domestic sectors. It replaced other policies such…

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ECO and Green Deal funding

Andy delivered this seminar recently (Sept. 2013) for EU Skills covering the requirements of the schemes and how the ECO and Green Deal funding actually works. It’s surprising how many people don’t understand how these schemes will  operate, even many of those businesses who already have PAS2030 Certification! Check out the video and let us…

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Green Investment Bank

The Green Deal Finance Company (GDFC) is now in place also referred to by some as the Green Investment Bank. The GDFC will provide finance to the Green Deal Providers (GDP) and has been given a £7m kick start by the Government, interest rates for Green Deal are still uncertain and the GDP’s will need…

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Green Deal ‘collective strength’ will help small business.

Government is looking at investing significant money into helping small businesses and sole traders get a fair crack at green deal involvement, by helping companies collaborate, and form regional networks. It’s a genuine sign that the small and medium enterprise has a real opportunity to benefit from the forthcoming green deal. We have below a…

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Green Deal Incentives

The Green Deal Incentives is to receive a kickstart in the form of £200m of incentives, according to secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander. This cash is to be used to encourage the early adoption of the plan by householders across the country. There has been no decision as to how these incentives will be…

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