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Green Energy Living is an industry leading consultant of sustainable building services including:

1 - Energy Perfomance Certificates (EPC)
2 - Green Deal Advice Reports
3 - Solar PV services
4 - Renewable Heat Incentive advice
5 - ECO advice
6 - Bespoke energy reportsĀ 

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What is the Green Deal?

The Green Deal is the new government flagship scheme whereby homes and businesses can install energy efficiency measures in their property with no upfront cost. The Green Deal will enable many households and businesses to improve the energy efficiency of their properties so less energy is consumed and less money is wasted. The loan is repaid through the electricity bill with the assistance of new Green Deal finance plan and households should see their overall cost of energy reduce with a more efficient and better insulated home. A Green Deal Advisor will carry out an assessment to determine the energy efficient rating of the property and produce a Green Deal Advice Report with recommendations showing potential energy cost savings. The key principle, or golden rule, for accessing Green Deal finance is that the charge attached to the bill should not exceed the expected savings and the length of the payment period should not exceed the expected lifetime of the measures.

Green Deal Measures Manchester

Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)

The Renewable Heat Incentive is a new government scheme that rewards households and business through cash incentives to use renewable heat technology to heat their home or business property. The domestic RHI will start to accept applications in spring 2014 and will be regulated by Ofgem and can offer significant returns on investment.

For those who have installed a renewable heating system before the launch of the scheme in Spring 2014 and since 15 July 2009 (legacy applications), the date they can submit their application may not be from when the scheme first opens and will be phased over time. Further details on the phasing will be provided by Ofgem prior to launch. The financial support will be paid at a set rate per unit of renewable heat produced (kilowatt hour or kWh), for seven years, to the owner of the heating system. The scheme will support air source heat pumps (ASHP), biomass systems, ground source heat pumps (GSHP) and solar thermal technologies. The support rates will vary depending on the technology installed.

RHI Domestic Tarriff
Technology ASHP GSHP Biomass Boilers Solar Thermal Panels
Tarriff 7.3p/kWh 18.8p/kWh 12.2p/kWh at least 19.2p/kWh

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