Green Deal information

 
The Green Deal is a major national scheme designed to improve the energy efficiency of domestic and non-domestic properties in the UK. The Green Deal and Energy Company Obligation (ECO) are complex and constantly evolving. This page provides updates concerning the scheme for organisations and local authorities.

 

September 2018 update:

The ECO2 funding period has come to an end, and the ECO3 funding period will run from October 2018 to March 2022. Funding for CERO measures ended. Find out more…

 

May 2017 update:

The Green Deal Finance Company has started financing Green Deal loans again. Find out more…

 

March 2017 update:

The ECO2 funding period has come to an end, and the ECO2t funding period will run from April 2017 to September 2018. Funding for CSCO measures ended. Find out more…

 

July 2015 update:

Due to changes in Government policy, from July 23 2015 there is no longer Green Deal finance available for customers.

 

March 2015 update:

The ECO1 funding period has come to an end, and the ECO2 funding period will run from April 2015 to March 2017.

 

July 2014 update:

The government have responded to the ECO consultation results. There are a few key changes along with changes to the GDHIF incentives. Find out more…

 

February 2014 update:

The Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) announced changes to the Green Deal cashback incentive in February 2014, with increased rates for most measures. Find out more…

 

December 2013 update:

The Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) announced changes to the Green Deal and ECO in December 2013. Find out more…