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Advice, Support & Funding for Green Deal Installers

Green Deal Installer Hub is here to help small to medium sized (SME) installer organisations develop in line with the Government’s Green Deal and Energy Company Obligation (ECO) programme.

As a member of the Hub, you will gain:

•        A two way working relationship with a proactive Green Deal Provider
•        ECO funding opportunities
•        Support with the Green Deal accreditation process
•        Access to Green Deal training courses and events
•        The ability to find and link to other Green Deal installers in your area
•        Regular Green Deal and ECO updates as they happen
•        The insight you require to become a certified Green Deal installer

The Hub is FREE to join and can help SME installers get the most out of the Government’s largest energy efficiency initiative to date.    Join the Hub

ECO Funding Green Deal Accreditation Connect to Yorkshire Energy Services.

Make Green Deal & ECO Work For You

Green Deal Installers
Whether you’re looking to join a Green Deal network, team up with a Green Deal Provider or just access ECO funding to deliver your own schemes and projects, Green Deal Installer Hub can help you connect to the right people.

The Green Deal Provider and national Community Interest Company, Yorkshire Energy Services (YES) launched Green Deal Installer Hub to help SME installers compete on a level playing field with larger contractors.

Yorkshire Energy Services is an award winning social enterprise and is working closely with a number of Energy Suppliers to facilitate effective Green Deal and ECO projects.

Having managed some of the largest council endorsed home efficiency programmes in the UK, Yorkshire Energy Services is keen to create a national Green Deal network of certified Green Deal installers.

If you’re an installer looking for routes into Green Deal and ECO, Join the Hub today.
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Green Deal & ECO News :

Government ask for feedback on GDHIF miss selling

Government ask for feedback on GDHIF miss sellingThe new Under Secretary of State for Climate Change, Amber Rudd has written to industry bodies for feedback on any instances of miss selling the Green Deal Home Improvement Fund.



GDHIF Closed for Business

GDHIF Closed for BusinessAs of 7pm last night (Thurs 24th July), the Government announced that with immediate effect the Green Deal Home Improvement Fund will be shut to new applicants.



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