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1 Green Deal, the ECO & local authorities Steve Ives Department of Energy and Climate Change

2 Introduction The Green Deal Energy Company Obligation The role of local authorities

3 What is the Green Deal? A market-led mechanism, funded by private capital Energy efficiency improvements at no upfront cost Assessment / advice Assessment / advice Finance Installation Repayments and Follow- up Marketing and Consumer Demand Marketing and Consumer Demand

4 4 Assessment / advice Assessment / advice Finance Installation Repayments and Follow- up Marketing and Consumer Demand Marketing and Consumer Demand The Green Deal Process (1)

5 5 Assessment / advice Assessment / advice Finance Installation Repayments and Follow- up Marketing and Consumer Demand Marketing and Consumer Demand No upfront cost Repayments attached to energy meter The Green Deal Process (2)

6 6 Assessment / advice Assessment / advice Finance Installation Repayments and Follow- up Marketing and Consumer Demand Marketing and Consumer Demand Accredited installation Product certification Green Deal Code Quality mark The Green Deal Process (3) Assessment / advice Assessment / advice Finance Installation Repayments and Follow- up Marketing and Consumer Demand Marketing and Consumer Demand

7 Green Deal: Repayment 7 Repay via meter over up to 25 years

8 What is the ECO? 8 ECO is an obligation on the energy suppliers to support household energy efficiency Builds on strengths of existing CERT and CESP schemes Designed to fit with the Green Deal landscape Will commence at end of 2012

9 The role of the ECO There will be households for whom Green Deal finance is not suited ECO to integrate with the Green Deal, with a focus on: o hard to treat properties; and o vulnerable and poor households

10 Timetable Green Deal & ECO legislation DATEMILESTONE December 2010Introduction of the Energy Bill to Parliament Pre- Autumn 2011Officials engage stakeholders as they develop the technical details for secondary legislation Autumn 2011Formal consultation on secondary legislation Early 2012Secondary legislation laid before Parliament Spring 2012Detailed industry guidance prepared Autumn 2012First Green Deals appear & ECO in force

11 The role/s of local authorities 3 broad models: councils as Green Deal providers councils acting as Green Deal partners councils providing leads/helping target Green Deal

12 Working with Local Authorities How is DECC working with local authorities now to deliver the Green Deal? MoU between DECC/the Local Government Group DECC LA advisory panel LAs already expressing an interest

13 Thank you Questions?


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