About Easy Green Deal™
Easy Green Deal™ are the UK's No.1 Green Deal Experts. Offering multi award winning Green Deal Accreditation Support & Green Deal Training Courses.
The Green Deal alongside the Energy Company Obligation (ECO), is the Government's flagship initiative to increase the energy efficiency of domestic and non-domestic properties throughout the UK. The aim is to improve the energy efficiency of more than 14 million homes by 2020 which is estimated to create more than 250,000 jobs.
Easy Green Deal provide a straightforward service that gives firms a simple and effective route through to Green Deal Accreditation. Their one-to-one Green...Brett Forster - Sales Manager for Green Deal Certification Body NICEIC
The support we have received from Easy Green Deal has been fantastic, from day 1 our Green Deal Mentor has supported us in each aspect of our Green Deal...Gareth Evans - Managing Director, Olympia Services
Addressed to Peter Roberts - Compliance Manager for Easy Green Deal I would like to thank you for the outstanding service I have received from yourself and...Robert DeBorsey - Compliance Manager, Tameside Energy Service Ltd
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Latest Green Deal News
30.10.2015 Green Deal Oversight and Registration Body (ORB) Announcements Following the announcement to cease funding of the Green Deal Finance Company, DECC has determined that Green Deal Providers (GDPs) are no longer required to hold full FCA authorisation to access ECO Brokerage. This...Read full post...
Warmer Homes Scotland To Use Subcontractors
Following on from last month's Warmer Homes Scotland announcement, we have had a number of enquiries seeking clarification about whether Warmworks Scotland will be installing everything under the scheme, or if it will be subcontracting any work out to local installers.Read full post...
Installers Risk Missing Out on £224m Funding, Unless they Act Now
Easy Green Deal™ Ltd, the UK’s leading provider of compliance support services, is urging installers to act now or face missing out on the £224m Warmer Homes Scotland funding.Read full post...