2013-01-07 13:37:54 - The Green Deal Scheme has an array of 45 energy saving measures which property owners could choose to make their home or business more efficient. This press release will give you an overview of the overall scheme and its many measures.
The Green Deal Scheme is a pioneering energy project set up by the UK Coalition government to promote efficiency in homes and businesses across the country. This is by providing those eligible with up to £10,000 to spend on improving their property, to make it more environmentally friendly.
Customers could find out all about the Green Deal scheme by connecting to the web site: thegreendealscheme.org/.
It is the goal of the Green Deal Scheme to enhance the efficiency of approximately 26 million households and 2.8 million commercial properties by 2030. The project was launched in October 2012. This is when the doors were opened to register for the scheme before it begins operation at the end of January 2013. It is
the date when the Green Deal Scheme will begin making the necessary alterations or amendments to properties, to make them more efficient.
The scheme has a choice of over 40 energy saving improvement measures which may be carried out on a building. They cover a broad spectrum, from installing solar panels to fitting draught proofing and loft or rafter insulation. This is along with cavity wall, roof, and duct and under floor insulation.
Property owners can put in double glazing window systems, air, ground and water source heat pumps and heating ventilation and air conditioning controls. They could also fit micro wind generation systems like wind turbines and flue gas heat recovery devices. This is as well as hot water systems, taps and showers and lighting systems, fittings and controls and many more.
These are just examples of the many energy saving measures which may be installed to improve the energy efficiency of a property. They are brought to you by the Green Deal Scheme.
If you require more information, then head for the Green Deal web site: thegreendealscheme.org/