The GDHIF is a government designed incentive, which was launched in June 2014 and aims to improve the energy efficiency of British homes. Under its previous iteration homes could apply for up to £7,600 worth of cash back and incentives, when installing energy efficient improvements. The latter included double glazing, new more efficient boilers and solid wall insulation.

Anyone interested in applying to the scheme had to have a Green Deal Assessment carried out, or have a recent Energy Performance Certificate for their home. All work had to be undertaken by a Green Deal Assessor.[More...]

Government set to allocate part of a £100m fund to the second phase of Green Deal Home Improvement Fund
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Government set to allocate part of a £100m fund to the second phase of Green Deal Home Improvement Fund
The GDHIF is a government designed incentive, which was launched in June 2014 and aims to improve the energy efficiency of British homes. Under its previous iteration homes could apply for up to £7,600 worth of cash back and incentives, when installing energy efficient improvements. The latter included double glazing, new more efficient boilers and solid wall insulation. Anyone interested in applying to the scheme had to have a Green Deal Assessment carried out, or have a recent Energy Performance Certificate for their home. All work had to be undertaken by a Green Deal Assessor.[More...]
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