The Green Deal cashback scheme – are you prepared to take advantage of all its benefits?
The announcement by the Government on Friday 19 October 2012 of the Green Deal cashback scheme, where both registered providers (as landlords) and tenants can claim cash back on energy saving improvements, once again brings to the fore the range of possibilities presented by the Green Deal and Energy Company Obligation (ECO). The cashback scheme is due to open on 28 January 2013.
The Government has guaranteed that £40 million will be available as cashback for energy saving improvements. Will you be in a position to take advantage of the scheme and the other opportunities presented by the Green Deal and ECO?
This alert considers the key issues that registered providers should take into account before engaging with the Government’s flagship policy to reduce carbon emissions throughout the country.
At Bevan Brittan we have numerous ideas and solutions to guide you through the new Green Deal and ECO landscape. Our experience of advising Birmingham City Council on their procurement of a partner that will deliver Green Deal, ECO and other energy efficiency measures means that we have a detailed understanding of the opportunities this initiative may bring to you.
We would be delighted to talk to you further about how you could make the Green Deal and ECO opportunities work for you.
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