30 Aug '17, 11pm

Green Deal availability set to scupper landlords hunting for energy efficiency exemptions

Draft guidance seen by BusinessGreen outlines plans for landlords to be able to register for exemptions to the new rules if they can prove they cannot access financing or grants to fully cover the upfront cost of installation. Such funding comes in the guise of local authority or central government loans or grants, support under the Energy Company Obligation scheme or the Green Deal - the recently revived programme that offers loans to homeowners to pay for energy efficiency measures, with the balance of the loan paid back through savings on energy bills.

Full article: https://www.businessgreen.com/bg/news/3016418/green-deal-...

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