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DECC, The House debates Green Deal live today @ 2.30pm

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Make no mistake, the Green Deal is going to change the industry. Advocates will say that GD offers consumers FREE or zero cost improvements, (because they are paid for by the energy savings measures installed) and that there are so … Continue reading

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Government consulting with Green Deal critics

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According to the Roger Harrabin of the BBC, the government has been holding discussions with critics of the Green Deal who are against its introduction in the current form. We reported previously that GD had its critics and that Greg … Continue reading

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Plans for “Consquential Improvements” scrapped?

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According to “sources close to Downing Street” the BBC say that proposals for green improvements will not happen. They report that the additional burden being placed upon homeowners, who wish to invest in energy efficient products or conservatories, will no … Continue reading

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Green Deal gets bad press from the Daily Mail, Which magazine issue warnings, minister heckled!

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In the Daily Mail,  James Slack and Tamara Cohen write to advise readers of the perils that face homeowners wishing to improve their homes, when changing boilers, windows or having a new conservatory built. The consultation was met with stiff opposition in … Continue reading

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Green Deal Consultation closed.

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Times up, the government’s Green Deal consultation is now closed. If you haven’t replied then the government won’t take any notice of your comments or views! Channel 4 reports concerns over the plans for GD Did you get to have … Continue reading

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Government Launches consultation documents for its Green Deal

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The Government today released the consultation documents for its Green Deal scheme for industry to comment upon. The plan suggests that property owners (landlords and private homeowners) could get funding towards energy efficient improvements, so that their heating costs (and carbon … Continue reading

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