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Green Deal

Green Deal

What is the Green Deal?

This is a Government scheme which provides finance so that you can have energy and money-saving improvements made to your home without having to pay all of the costs up front. The loan repayments are made using the money you save on your energy bills, so you are likely to be making money from day one!

As a certified Green Deal Installer, Future Supply can carry out a number of energy-saving home improvements under the Green Deal:

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  • Renewable energy generation
    • Solar thermal
    • Solar PV
    • Heat pump
    • Heating and hot water heating
      • Condensing boilers
      • Heating controls
      • Under-floor heating
      • Insulation of cylinders and pipes
      • Innovative hot water systems

The Green Deal can be used alongside other schemes if you or your property qualify:

All companies involved in the Green Deal, including Future Supply, must pass a rigorous audit process to achieve certification. They can be identified by the Green Deal mark and must comply with its code of practice.


How you benefit from the Green Deal

You benefit in 3 ways:

Future Supply Logo Website BackgroundInstallation costs can be spread over a longer period of time.

Future Supply Logo Website BackgroundFinance is protected by the ‘Golden Rule’. This states that expected energy savings must equal or exceed the cost of repayments, so you are likely to be making savings from day one.

Future Supply Logo Website BackgroundThe loan is attached to your property, rather than to you as an individual. This means that, should you decide to move, any remaining instalments will pass on to the next owner (as they will then benefit from the energy efficiency measures installed).


How does the Green Deal Work?

The Green Deal process has four stages: assessment, finance, installation and repayment.

Stage 1 – Green Deal Assessment

Ask us about arranging a Green Deal assessment of your home to see what energy-saving improvements could be made and how much you could save on your energy bills (there will be a charge for this).

The certified Green Deal Assessor will look at things like: your current energy bills, the levels of insulation, and the boiler and heating controls that are present. They will also ask you about how you use energy in your home.

Once the report has been compiled, you will have a list of recommendations that can be carried out and financed under the Green Deal scheme.

 Stage 2 – Green Deal Finance

Future Supply work in partnership with ‘Your Green Deal Provider Ltd’ who can finance your energy-saving home improvements and pay the up-front costs of the work. Together we can help you manage the whole Green Deal process.

Stage 3 Green Deal Installation

As a certified Green Deal Installer, Future Supply is fully qualified to carry out a number of energy-saving home improvements under the Green Deal.

Stage 3 Green Deal Repayment

Repayment of the finance will be spread out over a number of instalments and will be added to your energy bill once the home improvements have been made. But remember, your finance is protected by the ‘Golden Rule’. Your expected energy savings must equal or exceed the cost of repayments, so you are likely to be making savings from day one.


How we can help

Future Supply are Green Deal accredited and are fully qualified to make a wider range of energy-saving improvements to your plumbing and heating systems, as well as installing renewable technologies.

For more information, please do not hesitate to contact us or visit the Energy Savings Trust’s website.


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