The Energy Bill introduced to Parliament on 8 December 2010 includes provision for the new ' Greendeal', which is intended to revolutionise the energy efficiency of British properties.

The Government is establishing a framework to enable private firms to offer consumers energy efficiency improvements to their homes, community spaces and businesses at no upfront cost, and to recoup payments through a charge in instalments on the energy bill.

Why is the Greendeal needed?

At a local level, the Greendeal will enable many households and businesses to improve the energy efficiency of their properties without consuming so much energy and wasting so much money. A quarter of the UK's carbon emissions comes from the energy used in homes and a similar amount comes from our businesses, industry and workplaces. At a national level, the UK needs to become more energy efficient to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions, which risk dangerous climate change. The Climate Change Act 2008 legislated for a reduction in our carbon emissions and set legally-binding carbon budgets across all sectors of the UK economy ? including our homes and communities, and our workplaces.

You can find more information about the Greendeal in the following policy document or leaflet:

The Greendeal: a summary of the Government's proposals [filetype:pdf filesize: 4042.75Kb]

The Greendeal: energy savings for homes and businesses


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