From essential facts for homeowners, landlords and tenants, to the latest opportunities for accredited Green Deal advisors, installers and finance providers, The Green Deal Hub is an excellent industry portal.
Leeds (PRWEB UK) 26 April 2012
A brand new website ‘The Green Deal Hub’ , created in response to the Government's Department of Energy and Climate Change proposal The Green Deal, has been launched as a central hub for consumers and businesses with an interest in this ground-breaking energy efficiency initiative.
The innovative website provides a wealth of information about the impending Green Deal, which is expected to become fully active by autumn 2012. The site offers some fantastic opportunities to get involved in the Government’s Green Deal programme, which aims to see Britain’s building stock brought up to date, and in line with the UK’s 2050 emissions reduction target.
“The website will bring together key people and companies who are either part of The Green Deal already or who are looking to become involved in the programme. The site offers advice and opportunities for all those concerned with the initiative, helping them to benefit in the most appropriate and valuable way.
“From essential facts for homeowners, landlords and tenants, to the latest opportunities for accredited Green Deal advisors, installers and finance providers, The Green Deal Hub is an excellent industry portal.”
Simon Wadsworth, Owner, The Green Deal Hub
Aimed at consumers, as well as businesses, the website reports on a diverse range of issues relating to energy efficiency, from how to save money, prevent waste and reduce emissions, to unbiased reviews on the latest energy saving products and services.
The site, which allows visitors to register their interest for up-and-coming industry news, explains how The Green Deal works, offers advice on ways in which businesses can benefit, and also information about how commercial properties will be affected by the programme.
Like-minded organisations are invited to register their interest to become a part of a consortium of suppliers in their region. To sign up visit http://www.thegreendealhub.co.uk/.
Phase two of the site, anticipated in June 2012, will see the publication of a directory of accredited Green Deal suppliers and consultants. The second phase will also include the facility for consumers to book a home assessment, review products and services, and will provide advice on which properties qualify for the programme.
The Green Deal Hub website, designed and managed by digital marketing agency Igniyte Limited http://www.igniyte.co.uk, is an independent organisation with the aim of bringing together consumers, financial providers, trade professionals and assessors, in support of the Government's energy efficiency programme.
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 Government, 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 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.