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1 Green Deal Cherrie Mansfield Strategy & Performance Manager

2 What is the Green Deal?  National energy efficiency retrofit programme for households and businesses  Provide upfront capital to carry out energy efficiency improvements to properties  Costs repaid over time through a charge on the electricity bill

3 Benefits for Worcestershire  Improve energy efficiency of homes and businesses  Reduce the costs of energy bills  Reduce fuel poverty  Training and employment opportunities  manufacturing  energy assessment  installation of measures

4 Worcestershire’s Green Deal potential  230,000 homes  25,000+ businesses, 97% classed as SMEs  £5,000 - £8,000 average cost for Green Deal measures in domestic properties  5% take-up = approx 12,000 £5,000 per property = £60 million a year  10% take-up = £120 million a year

5 Green Deal process Marketing and consumer demand Finance Installation of measures Repayments and follow-up Assessment of property and advice

6  Gateway to the Green Deal  Accredited Green Deal Assessors  Produce an Energy Performance Certificate Green Deal assessment  Recommend a package of measures that could be financed through the Green Deal

7 Example Green Deal package

8 Green Deal process Marketing and consumer demand Finance Installation of measures Repayments and follow-up Assessment of property and advice

9 Green Deal measures  Air and ground source heat pumps  Biomass boilers  Cavity wall and external wall insulation  Condensing boilers  Draught proofing  Lighting systems, fittings and controls  Loft insulation  Micro combined heat and power  Photovolatics and solar water heating

10 Green Deal process Marketing and consumer demand Finance Installation of measures Repayments and follow-up Assessment of property and advice

11 The ‘Golden Rule’ Annual energy bill £1000 Energy costs including energy saving £630 Annual charge £300  Charge for the work must be no higher than the expected savings  Repayments through electricity bill over agreed time period Green Deal repayment Pre Green DealAfter Green Deal

12 Energy Company Obligation (ECO)  Will work alongside the Green Deal  For householders who cannot achieve significant energy savings without additional support  Focus on vulnerable and low-income households and those living in harder to treat properties

13 Roles for local councils  Provider: raising finance to deliver the Green Deal directly to local residents and businesses, possibly via a contract with a delivery partner  Partner: working in partnership with commercial Green Deal providers and community partners to deliver or facilitate delivery  Advocate –promoting and facilitating the Green Deal locally

14 Objectives for a local Green Deal  Delivers local jobs, business and social enterprise opportunities  Delivers local training and apprenticeships  Provides a good deal for residents  Is available for businesses  Addresses fuel poverty  Gives local authorities influence over the programme

15 Timescales  18 January: consultation ended  Early 2012: secondary legislation laid before Parliament and publication of British Standard for Green Deal installers  Spring 2012: detailed industry guidance prepared – including compliance with Green Deal code?  Autumn 2012: Green Deal and ECO come into force

16 How you can help  Tell people how the Green Deal can help them reduce energy consumption and costs  Promote the business and training opportunities to relevant organisations  Keep up to date at


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