DECC raises cap on Green Deal pay-back scheme
The Government has announced changes to the Green Deal scheme which will see the amount of money consumers get back increase on some installed efficiency measures, writes Edie.net.
Changes to the Government’s flagship energy efficiency scheme will mean that payments to householders who install double glazing, solid wall insulation and ‘room in roof’ insulation, such as loft insulation, will significantly increase.
For solid wall insulation, the cash-back amount has been increased from £650 to a potential £4000. ‘Room in roof’ insulation pay-back will increase from £220 to £1000, while double glazing will rise from £320 to £650.
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