Green Deal Process
1. Green Deal Assessment.
An accredited Green Deal Advisor assesses the property and recommends measures which are eligible for Green Deal Finance.
A Green Deal Advice Report is then produced which includes the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) details of the occupancy assessment, finance available and the recommendations made.
2. Green Deal Finance Plan.
The Green Deal Provider gives a quotation for the works in accordance with the Green Deal Finance package. If the consumer wishes to proceed the provider will set up a Green Deal Plan which will include the contact details of the works and the repayment terms.
3. Green Deal Installation.
Green Deal Installers with the Quality Mark can install Green Deal Measures and are required to meet the standards of PAS2030:2012.
4. Green Deal Repayment.
The electricity supplier will be responsible for collecting the charge direct from the consumer via their electricity bill. It will be passed to the Green Deal Provider on a proportional (part passu) basis. The Green Deal charge remains with the property and is passed onto any new occupiers until the term of the plan is met.
Domestic and Non-Domestic Properties
We recognise the importance of finding alternative ways to finance and complete energy efficiency and renewable energy retrofit for individual to large-scale programmes.
As a Green Deal Pioneer we can offer support with Green Deal and Energy Company Obligation (ECO).