The Green Deal

Green Deal PDF downloads

The following documents offer some cherry picked downloadable PDFs with a short synopsis taken from each document.

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  • BRE – Green Deal Guide – A publication by the Building Research Establishment explaining the need for the Green Deal, how it will function, with advice and support for for developmnent and operation of the scheme in practice.
  • The Green Deal – A new way for home owners and tenants to pay for home improvments This scheme lets you pay for some or all of the improvements over time through your

    electricity bill. Repayments will be no more than what a typical household should save in energy costs.

  • Green Deal Assessment – what to expect 

    By booking a Green Deal Assessment, you’ve made the first steps towards making energy-saving home improvements, like insulation, to make your home more comfortable.

  • The Green Deal – How your business could benefit

    Tradespeople, manufacturers and others involved in the supply and installation of energy saving products are all able to participate in the Green Deal – a new scheme designed to improve the energy efficiency of Britain’s properties.

  • The Green Deal and consumer protection – a guide for domestic consumer

    The Green Deal will be offered by the private sector to enable homeowners and businesses to implement energy efficiency improvements. The scheme lets customers pay for some or all of the improvements over time through their energy bills. The Green Deal Plan will be a new type of unsecured loan, and interest will be charged on the loan. You will be liable for the loan whilst you are the electricity bill payer at the property.

  • Moving into a home with a Green Deal 

    A home with a Green Deal has had energy- saving improvements, like a new boiler or improved insulation, to help make it more energy efficient.

    If you move into a Green Deal home you’ll need to make repayments for the improvements through the electricity bill. But the repayments should be no more than the typical savings expected from reduced energy use. The actual savings will depend on how much energy you use and the future costs of energy.

  • What to do after your Green Deal Assessment

    Now that you’ve had a Green Deal assessment, it’s time to think about taking out a Green Deal Plan with a Green Deal Provider.

The Green Deal helps you or your tenants make energy-saving home improvements, like insulation, to make your rental property more comfortable.

The person responsible for paying the electricity will pay for some or all of the improvements over time through their electricity bill. Repayments will be no more than what a typical household should save in energy costs.

The Green Deal helps you make energy-saving home improvements, like insulation, to make your home more comfortable.This scheme lets you pay for some or all of the improvements over time through your electricity bill. Repayments will be no more than what a typical household should save in energy costs.

Social housing tenants can take advantage of the Green Deal with your landlord’s permission; you are advised to talk to your landlord in the first instance.

The Green Deal helps you make energy-saving improvements, like insulation, to your social housing stock, keeping homes comfortable for your tenants.This scheme lets tenants pay for some or all of the improvements over time through their electricity bill. Repayments will be no more than what a typical household should save in energy costs.

  • The Energy Company Obligation (ECO) – Get help to keep your home warmThe Energy Companies Obligation (ECO) is a new programme designed to reduce Britain’s energy consumption by funding home improvements worth around £1.3 billion every year.The funding comes from big energy suppliers. It’s delivered to customers either directly from the supplier or by organisations working together, who have made special arrangements, such as Green Deal Providers.