Green Deal for providers

Many households and businesses across the UK may need energy saving home improvements now that the Green Deal has been launched. This is a major opportunity for commercial installation organizations to help achieve these fundamental improvements – playing a major role in the success and delivery of the Green Deal.    

What is a Green Deal Provider?

You are responsible for financing and arranging the installation of energy efficiency measures. Your responsibilities will include advising customers on a Green Deal Plan suited to their circumstances. You’ll establish the financial terms of this plan, including measures such as warranties. And you’ll establish a relationship with the customer throughout the lifetime of the products – managing complaints or queries. Finally, you’ll manage the handover process when a property changes ownership.  

How do I become a Green Deal Provider?

You will need to sign up to and comply with the Green Deal Code of Practice. You will also sign a Green Deal Arrangements Agreement – a contract between you and the electricity suppliers overseeing the payment process. Other requirements include a Consumer Credit Act (CCA) licence so you can manage customer financial plans. BSI has a Green Deal provider certification scheme to help you gain greater customer trust and recognition.   

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.