One of the biggest energy efficiency schemes to be proposed by the government of the UK is Green Deal. The Green Deal scheme has been initiated with an aim to cut down the carbon emissions by bringing energy efficiency in public and private household at its highest level. The green deal allows home and business owners to get energy-efficient improvements without any upfront cost. Basically the Green Deal scheme proposes to offer up to £10,000 to install energy-efficient devices at properties. Eligible energy saving devices include Boilers, Renewables, Insulation, Glazing and Doors and Lighting with 45 currently eligible.
The Government has announced that in the near future more Green Deal providers will be announce. Furthermore, being an integral part of the Green Deal, all providers and installers will be accredited which has laid the foundation of a number of Green Deal Accreditation support services. These Green deal accreditationsupport services help an organisation to become a Green Deal advisor or installer only by achieving accreditation from any approved certification body.
The DECC has designed a strict set of specification and standards that are known as PAS 2030 therefore every installer has to meet with these specifications and standards in order to get Pas 2030 accreditation. Once the companies successfully pass assessment, the certification body will issue Green Deal Quality Mark and companies will be officially registered as an authorized Green Deal installer. These Green Deal accreditation support services provide a simple and straightforward solution to Green Deal Approval. You will get a personal Green Deal mentor from these service providers to assist you in ensuring compliance.
This Green Deal support service allows you to contact your personal Green Deal Mentor for any support you may require all the way through your assessment and beyond.
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