Guidance

Information for the Supply Chain on Green Deal Measures

These new documents provide an update for which energy efficiency improvements qualify for Green Deal Finance and the Energy Companies Obligation and describe the entire Green Deal Occupancy Assessment process.

Documents

Illustrative savings for Green Deal improvement measures

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Green Deal and ECO measures update 7/12/2014

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A description of the Green Deal occupancy assessment process 7/12/14

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Information for the Supply Chain on Green Deal Measures January 2013

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Which energy efficiency improvements qualify for Green Deal Finance June 2012

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How the Green Deal will reflect the in-situ performance of energy efficiency measures October 2012

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The publication Illustrative Savings for Green Deal improvement measures provides illustrative calculated savings and other information about Green Deal measures installed in example domestic dwellings. Savings for non-domestic measures are highly variable depending on the use of the building, so illustrative figures would not be meaningful and are therefore not provided. However, background information about non-domestic Green Deal measures is included. This document is aimed at organisations intending to supply products into the Green Deal and ECO markets. The illustrative savings reflect 2014 updates to the methodology and software used to calculate the cost savings from improvement measures and the 2014 update of the Statutory Instrument. This publication supersedes the earlier document entitled ‘Information for the supply chain on Green Deal measures’.

The Green Deal and ECO Measures Update 2014 document updates and consolidates information contained within the following earlier documents: “Information for the Supply Chain on Green Deal Measures, “Which energy efficiency improvements qualify for Green Deal Finance?” and “How the Green Deal will reflect the in-situ performance of energy efficiency measures.” This document is aimed at organisations intending to supply products into the Green Deal and ECO markets. The announcement of the Green Deal and ECO programmes in the Energy Act 2011, put in place tools to empower consumers to take responsibility for their own energy efficiency. This publication sets out which energy efficiency improvements qualify for Green Deal Finance and ECO. It reflects an update made to the Green Deal Measures Statutory Instrument and Green Deal Assessment Software to include a number of new measures and to update the assessment methodology.

The Description of the Green Deal Occupancy Assessment Process document describes the entire Green Deal Occupancy Assessment (GDOA) process in a single readable document. It is aimed at readers who wish to understand how Green Deal Advice Reports (GDARs) are generated and may be of particular interest to members of government departments and their contractors who work on the Green Deal scheme or related policies. The GDOA is a process used to produce a report listing a package of energy efficiency improvement measures suited to a specific dwelling, their expected fuel cost savings and other information needed to facilitate the operation of the domestic Green Deal scheme. A GDOA must be carried out using approved software operated by a trained and accredited Green Deal Advisor. The resulting GDAR is provided to the householder who may then present it to a registered Green Deal Provider to obtain a quote for the installation of the package of measures through a finance plan.

Published 28 January 2013
Last updated 24 June 2015 + show all updates
  1. Illustrative savings for Green Deal improvement measures.
  2. Addition of the Green Deal and ECO Measures Update 2014 document and the Green Deal Occupancy Assessment Process document.
  3. First published.