A One-Stop-Shop to Green Deal Accreditation - A Comprehensive Guide to Becoming a Green Deal Installer Published by The Green Deal Hub

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A brand new guide explaining how to become an accredited Green Deal Installer has been published by The Green Deal Hub. The comprehensive guide, which is available to buy online at £99.00, is a one-stop-shop for individual traders and small companies seeking information about how to reach Green Deal PAS 2030 Installer Accreditation.

The Green Deal Hub Installer Guide is a beneficial document for anyone wishing to become an accredited Green Deal Installer.

A website for consumers and businesses interested in the Government’s Green Deal – The Green Deal Hub– has published An Installer Guide to help individual traders and smaller companies get involved in the initiative, which is reputed to be the ‘biggest home improvement scheme’ since the 1950s.

The Green Deal, which aims to transform Britain’s housing stock, and make millions of homes more energy efficient and cost effective to run, in line with the country’s 2050 emissions reduction target, was ‘soft-launched’ by The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) in October 2012, and is expected to get fully underway early in 2013.

The Green Deal Hub Installer Guide, which comes complete with the full PAS2030 installer accreditation document, is a one-stop-shop for those seeking Green Deal Installer Accreditation, and designed to appeal to a wide range of trades. Costing just £99, inclusive of VAT, the guide is available to buy online via The Green Deal Hub website.

The Guide is ideal for individual traders and businesses looking to deliver energy efficiency improvement works to consumers under the Green Deal initiative. It includes a whole host of useful information and advice about how to become Green Deal accredited and how to find work in the Green Deal market place. It offers information about the necessary qualifying measures and sets out the different areas where accreditation can be obtained – from biomass boilers and external wall insulation systems to micro wind generation and water source heat pumps.

As well including a useful skills analysis and training section, it has details about the approved Green Deal Quality Management System (Green Deal QMS), which Installers are required to follow; and comes complete with a comprehensive database of Green Deal Accreditation Bodies and details of Green Deal Providers and Consortiums.

Simon Wadsworth, Managing Director of Igniyte, the company responsible for The Green Deal Hub, says: “The Green Deal Hub Installer Guide is a beneficial document for anyone wishing to become an accredited Green Deal Installer. Not only does it provide a wide variety of information and advice about how to gain accreditation, it also includes a database of useful contacts, invaluable to those wishing to pursue work in this area.”

For more details and to purchase a copy of The Green Deal Hub Installer Guide visit http://www.thegreendealhub.co.uk/the-green-deal-guide-for-installers/ or contact the team direct on 0800 080 7997 or info@thegreendealhub.co.uk

The Green Deal Hub is encouraging consumers and businesses to join their network. Households are able to sign up for home assessments, and traders are offered advice and guidance about how to become an accredited Installer.

Visit The Green Deal Hub for the latest news and updates about the Green Deal.

About The Green Deal

The Green Deal is a flexible framework which enables private businesses to offer consumers the opportunity to make energy efficiency improvements to their homes and businesses without the upfront capital costs.

Proposed by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC), The Green Deal is aimed at improving the energy efficiency of the UK’s building stock, reducing carbon emissions and
supporting the UK’s 2050 emission reduction target.

The Green Deal programme is not only providing energy savings measures to homes and businesses across the UK, but is also generating new job opportunities for both the skilled and unskilled labour force.
One of the main benefits of The Green Deal programme is that there are no obligatory upfront costs and consumers can payback over time through energy bills.

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