The Green Deal is the government's flagship scheme which enables businesses and households to make energy efficient upgrades to their homes and properties with no upfront cost. Nationwide Energy Services are proud to be providing access to the scheme in England, Wales and Scotland as an accredited Green Deal Assessor Organisation (GDAO).
The scheme was introduced to enable consumers to benefit immediately from energy efficient improvements to their homes with private companies able to offer Green Deal loans to cover the costs of the upgrades required. The upgrades are installed and the costs recuperated via monthly instalments on the energy bills, this is called the 'Golden Rule'. See our handy Green Deal guide for a full explanation of the process.
All home owners and tenants are eligible for Green Deal funding for domestic energy efficient improvements. The funding is not means tested so no credit history checks are required.
Unlike a conventional loan, the Green Deal loan is attached to the property. This means that when the current owner sells the property, the repayments remain with the property and payments are continued by the new owner.
As long as the cost of the upgrade meets the 'Golden Rule' which is that the annual cost of any loan repayments must not exceed the anticipated annual saving in energy costs, then the improvements can be installed and the occupier can start enjoying the benefits.
There are currently over 45 energy efficient improvements available which include; cavity wall insulation, solid wall insulation, loft insulation and double glazing.
In order to qualify for energy efficient measures under Green Deal, the property must undergo a Green Deal Assessment performed by an accredited Green Deal Advisor (GDA).
If you would like to book a Green Deal Assessment with one of our Assessors contact us today using the form on the left, NES can help you 'Green Deal with it'.
Nationwide Energy Services is part of the Save Britain Money group who provide a huge range of money saving services to the British public. Services include; energy efficiency surveys, renewable energy advice, installation of energy saving measures, great value insurance products, fuel switching and much more.