Green Deal information

  • Southampton Healthy Homes: Rose’s story

    Rose’s granddaughter was the first one to make contact with us via our Facebook page. She explained that her grandmother Rose’s boiler had broken
  • Hitting the Cold Spots: Sarah’s story

    Sarah’s local council contacted us in the middle of the winter following concerns about the heating situation in her home. Sarah is an owner occupier
  • Southampton Healthy Homes: Isabel’s story

    Isabel contacted us as she was looking for help regarding her heating system. Her combination gas boiler had broken down and would only supply

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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 Companies Obligation (ECO) are complex and constantly evolving. This page provides updates concerning the scheme for organisations and local authorities.

 

July 2015 update:

Due to changes in Government policy, from July 23 2015 there is no longer Green Deal finance available for customers. Find out how this affects you

 

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…