The Green Deal Authorisation Scheme
Standards Institute is developing a Publicly Available Specification (
What is a Green Deal Measure?
A Green Deal Measure is an “improvement” made to a property which has been financed through the Green Deal. This can include part-financing, where a customer has chosen to pay for some of the work themselves. However, there will be no standard Green Deal Measure or list of measures that are appropriate for every property. What is appropriate for a property depends on a number of factors including the work already done, the characteristics of the building and in some cases, the geographical location.
The Government is ensuring that robust standards are associated with all Green Deal measures. These measures, even if they are already proven and tested to save energy, must be fitted to an exact standard to enable savings under the Golden Rule.
Measures paid for under the Golden Rule can only be installed by someone who is authorised under the Green Deal authorisation scheme, and authorised installers will need to comply with a Code of Practice when they carry out work under the Green Deal.
Green Deal Oversight Body
will require installers to demonstrate compliance with the
Green Deal Registration
certification will be required in order for companies to be registered as Green
Deal installers and to use the Green Deal quality mark. The final
PB Energy Solutions is tracking the progress on the PAS criteria, registration and Green Deal Quality Mark. For more information, do not hesitate to contact Phyllis on:
Tel: 01942 829568