Recent Press from Easy Green DealEasy Green Deal are the UK's No.1 Green Deal Accreditation Specialists and Green Deal Training Providers. Easy Green Deal work with installers & Advisory Organisations throughout the industry across all Green Deal Measures, in achieving and maintaining Green Deal Accreditation including any relevant Green Deal Training.

Additional Funding now available under Green Deal Home Improvement Fund

£70m has been added to the Green Deal Home Improvement Fund as of 12pm today, Monday 16th March.

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£70m to be added to Green Deal Home Improvement Fund

The Department for Energy & Climate Change have confirmed that an additional £70m is to be added to the Green Deal Home Improvement Fund on Monday 16th March 2015.

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Chief Executives urge leaders to make energy efficiency a priority

Eighty chief executives from some of the UK's biggest organisations have called on all political parties to make energy efficiency a top priority in their election campaigns.

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January Green Deal & ECO Statistics


The latest Green Deal & ECO statistics for January 2014 have been announced by DECC. The statistics show significant increases in installations, assessments and Green Deal Plans. Record numbers of Green Deal Assessments and Green Deal Plans have been reported.

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Green Deal reaches 10,000 plan milestone

There are now more than 10,000 Green Deal Plans in progress according to the Green Deal Finance Company, with over 500 additional households requesting Green Deal Plans each week.

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DECC extends GDHIF voucher deadline

The Department for Energy & Climate Change has extended the deadline for claiming vouchers from the first release of the Green Deal Home Improvement Fund (GDHIF) until 31st March.

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Landlords banned from letting draughtiest homes

New energy efficiency regulations could help around a million tenants who are currently paying £1,000 more than average on their energy bills.

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Warm home discount to help 2 million people

The government has estimated that 2 million low income and vulnerable households will get £140 off their energy bills, thanks to the Warm Home Discount scheme, next winter.

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