Introducing The Green Deal

Buildings in the UK are among the least efficient in the world and account for 38 per cent of the UK's total greenhouse gas emissions.

From 28 January 2013, households will be able to make home improvements like these and pay for some or all of the cost through the Green Deal, the government's flagship energy saving plan, which is being introduced to try and combat these issues. The aim of the scheme is to implement an affordable process for the improvement and renovation of millions of the nation's energy inefficient homes making them warmer and cheaper to run.

45 different improvements are currently eligible for the Green Deal, and the market is vast. Considering home insulation alone, almost 8m homes could benefit from solid wall insulation, around 4m homes from cavity wall insulation; whilst there are over a million boiler replacements in homes each year.

Green Deal Home Improvements



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Frequently asked questions

financing the green deal

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