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How the Green Deal will reflect the in-situ performance of energy efficiency measures

This publication sets out DECC’s approach for increasing confidence and consumer protection around the energy savings that can be achieved from…

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How the Green Deal will reflect the in-situ performance of energy efficiency measures

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This publication sets out DECC’s approach for increasing confidence and consumer protection around the energy savings that can be achieved from installing energy efficiency measures used for calculating Green Deal finance. It complements the publication “Which measures qualify for Green Deal finance” on 11 June and the Government response to the consultation on the Green Deal and ECO1

Published 12 June 2012