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Calls for installers & advisors to support Green Deal

According to the latest Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) Green Deal statistics, 162,096 assessments were lodged up to the end of February 2014, up 12 per cent from the end of January.

In response to the Heating and Hotwater Industry Council’s (HHIC) comment on the Green Deal needing installer support to survive, NAPIT calls for installers and advisors to get behind the Government initiative.

The 17,998 assessments carried out in February was the highest number lodged in any month to date and 18 per cent higher than the number in January.

However, these statistics are still being regarded by many as disappointing after the high hopes the industry had for the scheme before its launch in January 2013.

According to DECC’s Wave 3 of the Green Deal Assessment Survey, 89 per cent of respondents said they would have, are in the process of, or have had measures installed under the Green Deal.

NAPIT Certification managing director David Cowburn said: “The Government’s Green Deal has yet to deliver the promise it held before its launch last year.

“However, there are plenty of opportunities out there to get involved. With tens of thousands of assessments being carried every month, the demand for energy efficiency measures is certainly out there and we would encourage installers and advisors to place themselves in a position to take advantage of the business that the Green Deal is generating and get behind the scheme to ensure its success.”

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