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Mitsubishi teams up with Green Deal advice service

Mitsubishi Electric teams up with Green Deal advice service ‘Easy EPC’ to offer homeowners a full cashback.

Mitsubishi Electric teams up with Green Deal advice service ‘Easy EPC’ to offer homeowners a full cashback on the cost of an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) and a Green Deal Assessment (GDA).

The six-month promotion is being launched on 9th April to coincide with the first anniversary of the Governments Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), the world’s first, long-term financial support programme for renewable heat.

All Ecodan systems (outdoor unit and cylinder) purchased, installed and commissioned between 9th April 2015 and 9th October 2015 will be eligible for a refund of £147.95. This applies to anyone who has bought the system between these dates, and also had the Green Deal / EPC assessment carried out by Easy EPC

To apply for this promotion a simple application form needs to be completed, this can be downloaded from the Mitsubishi Electric heating website and is located in the homeowners section.

“Easy EPC has been providing GDA’s and EPC’s for over seven years and has already helped thousands of homeowners across the country,” explained Graham Temple on behalf of Mitsubishi Electric.

“They offer a national coverage, and charge a competitive rate of £147.95 for both GDA and EPC assessments regardless of the size of building or its location.

Applications require documentary evidence of purchase of the Ecodan and cylinder package from Mitsubishi Electric and EPC/Green Deal assessment from Easy EPC, and both must be within the promotional period and for the same property.

For further details visit the ‘For Homeowners’ section of the www.ecodan.co.uk website

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