Green Deal for product manufacturers

The Green Deal presents a new commercial opportunity for manufacturers of products that can help homeowners to save energy – and this applies to manufacturers of all types of permanent fixture products.  BSI can certify 26 of the  energy efficient “measures” for Green Deal. 

What is a Green Deal Product Manufacturer?

You will manufacture products that can be used to improve energy efficiency, that can be selected by Green Deal providers. These products are permanent fixtures known as “energy efficient measures” under the Green Deal. Each measure must be approved before it is installed. We can certify the following measures:

  • Condensing boilers, natural gas-fired and liquefied petroleum gas-fired (domestic and non-domestic)
  • Condensing boilers, oil-fired (domestic and non-domestic)
  • Heating controls
  • Under-floor heating
  • Flue-gas recovery devices
  • Gas-fired warm-air heating systems (domestic and non-domestic)
  • Electric storage heaters (domestic and non-domestic)
  • Cavity wall insulation
  • Loft insulation
  • Pitched roof insulation
  • Flat roof insulation
  • Internal wall insulation
  • External wall insulation
  • Hybrid wall insulation
  • Draught proofing
  • Floor insulation
  • Heating system insulation (pipes and cylinders)
  • Energy efficient glazing and doors
  • Lighting fixings
  • Lighting controls (non domestic)
  • Ground & air source heat pumps
  • Solar thermal
  • Solar PV
  • Biomass boilers
  • Micro CHP
  • Micro and small scale wind turbine systems

How do I become a Green Deal Product Manufacturer?

Each product that you manufacture will need to meet a minimum safety standard as well as being assessed and certified for energy performance. The Government will provide a list of products, materials and specifications to help you meet the criteria.

Why choose BSI?

BSI is one of the first wave of UKAS accredited Certification bodies for the Green Deal appointed by DECC (The Department of Energy and Climate Change) to certify providers, installers and advice organizations. We have also helped to develop a standard (PAS 2030) for Green Deal installers.