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Green Deal Installer Hub E-Shot Nov 2014

Our November E-shot is out covering the latest news and views from the installer sector.

This month we look at: Ofgem’s new CSCO mapping tool, the latest proposal from the Energy Bill Revolution campaign and the potential fines Energy Companies could face for falling to deliver against their old CERT and CESP targets.

 

Green Deal Installer Hub
E-Shot Nov 2014

New Website to Identify CSCO Areas
Ofgem, the regulators of the Energy Company Obligation (ECO) have launched a free online tool designed to aid installations of energy efficiency measures under the Carbon Savings Community Obligation (CSCO).
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Green Crap Saves Householders £90 a Year – But Should It Be More?
Following David Cameron’s supposed comment about ‘cutting the green crap’ from energy bills, new data suggest that green policies have actually helped to reduce householder bills considerably.
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New energy efficiency investment would save UK households £4.95 billion a year
“Building the Future”, a new report published by The Energy Bill Revolution campaign, has piled pressure on Ministers to act to fix Britain’s badly insulated homes.
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Energy Companies to Face Fines for CERT & CESP Failures
The Telegraph has reported that the industry regulator Ofgem is preparing to fine major Energy Companies for their failure to meet their obligations under the CERT and CESP schemes that preceded ECO and Green Deal.
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YES Rebranded
Yorkshire Energy Services, the Provider behind Green Deal Installer Hub, will now be trading as YES Energy Solutions.
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For more information about Green Deal Installer Hub visit: www.greendealinstallerhub.co.uk 

Leading CIC Becomes Green Deal Provider

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 www.yorkshireenergyservices.co.uk

Energy Conservation Company Moves to Calderdale

National energy efficiency consultants, Yorkshire Energy Services have relocated to Holywell Green in Calderdale.

Formally based in Huddersfield, the community interest company has developed a strong reputation after helping thousands of householders reduce fuel bills through a series of dynamic area based initiatives.

The move to Calderdale has gone hand in hand with company’s recent developments, providing a larger premise for a fast moving organisation.

Yorkshire Energy Services specialise in managing carbon reduction programmes on behalf of Local Authorities and have delivered some of the largest council endorsed home insulation schemes in the UK. The company has just fulfilled the final stage of Leeds City Council’s ‘Wrap Up Leeds’ scheme, implementing over 9,000 free cavity wall and loft insulation installs in Leeds homes.

After being selected as one of the Government’s pioneer Green Deal Providers, Yorkshire Energy Services is busier than ever and is in the process of developing bespoke programmes in partnership with Energy Providers and Public Sector Bodies.

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Wrap Up Leeds Runners

Staff from Yorkshire Energy Services took part in Age UK’s 10K run last Sunday in Harewood to raise money for charity and promote Wrap Up Leeds, a new council backed insulation scheme operating throughout the authority.

Emma Kovaleski, Liz Henry and Susannah Williams joined 1,200 runners from across the West Yorkshire district. Star runner Emma finished 43rd out of the 562 female competitors. Delighted with her time she felt the day was a great success. “It was a brilliant day; it was muddy and slippery but a lot of fun for a great cause.”
 
Emma, Liz and Susannah were easily spotted on the day, running in their burgundy Wrap Up Leeds shirts to help raise awareness of the free insulation scheme. Yorkshire Energy Services are managing Wrap Up Leeds on behalf of Leeds City Council. The scheme offers all homeowners and private renting tenants in the area free cavity wall insulation and free loft insulation where technically suitable. The offer works on a first come first served basis until 15,000 Leeds homes have been wrapped up.

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