Posts Tagged ‘Green Deal Provider’

Leading CIC Becomes Green Deal Provider

Thursday, February 7th, 2013

Yorkshire Energy Services is the first community interest company (CIC) in the UK to become an official Green Deal Provider.

The company passed its accreditation on the 4th February 2013 and is now in the process of delivering key Green Deal demonstrator programmes across the country through its two subsidiary companies, YES Projects and YES Renewables.

From April 2013, Yorkshire Energy Services will be able to manage Green Deal finance and process both domestic and non domestic Green Deal plans on behalf of installers, advisors and householders.

Yorkshire Energy Services was authorised by the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, Ed Davey MP, the Green Deal Oversight and Registration Body (GD Orb) and was formally certified by the Department of Energy and Climate Change.

For more information on Yorkshire Energy Services’ Green Deal activity, contact 0800 052 7496 or visit

Green Deal Overview

Friday, October 19th, 2012

The UK Government has released its most ambitious conservation initiative to date, aiming to revolutionise energy efficiency standards for both homes and businesses.

Representatives of the award winning community interest company, Yorkshire Energy Services, explain how Green Deal intends to transform the UK’s sustainable energy industry for the better.

Green Deal in practise

Green Deal is an innovative programme set to reduce or eradicate the upfront costs of energy saving products and services. Homeowners and businesses can improve the efficiency of their properties with a broad range of installations without straining their financial resources.

The scheme offers a finance mechanism, where customers can access a loan to pay for energy efficiency improvements such as insulation, heating or renewable technologies. Repayments are then split into instalments and tied to the property’s electricity meter.

What makes Green Deal different to other finance programmes is that repayments are set at a lower rate than the money saved on fuel bills through the related products. Therefore customers will always be financially better off for taking part in Green Deal, reduce their fuel bills and reap the benefits of a warmer and more efficient property.