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  1. Enabling energy efficiency Warm, comfortable and affordable homes for your community

  2. Section 1 Introduction to energy efficiency

  3. Energy efficiency: what it can do for us

  4. Fuel poverty

  5. If you have a good local story about how a householder has benefitted from energy efficiency, or about how the local council or a community group has reduced its spending on fuel, this would be a good place to include it

  6. Paying for energy efficiency (England version) • Support from energy suppliers • The Green Deal: paying via your energy bills • Other sources of money

  7. Paying for energy efficiency (Scotland version) • Support from energy suppliers • Support from the Scottish Government (the Home Energy Scotland Hotline: 0800 512 012) • The Green Deal: paying via your energy bills • Other sources of money

  8. Paying for energy efficiency (Wales version) • Support from energy suppliers • Support from the Welsh Assembly Government (call Nyth/Nest on 0800 512 012) • The Green Deal: paying via your energy bills • Other sources of money

  9. Section 2 What can we do?

  10. Setting an example

  11. Providing information

  12. Helping vulnerable households • Managing home energy use • Awareness of offers and their benefits • Ability to take up offers • Claiming benefits Image courtesy of npower

  13. Partnerships

  14. Section 3 The Green Deal

  15. What is the Green Deal? • Comprehensive, household-specific energy advice • Green Deal Finance • Subsidies through the Energy Company Obligation • Available from autumn 2012 Image courtesy of the Energy Saving Trust

  16. The process

  17. Energy Advice • Assessment of the technical details of the property • Discussion with household about how they use the home • Recommended measures • Trained and accredited advisors Image courtesy of the Energy Saving Trust

  18. Green Deal Finance • Package designed on the basis of the energy assessment • ‘Golden Rule’ to ensure savings • Approved providers • Commercial interest rates

  19. Getting the work done • Choice of accredited installers • Green Deal code supports quality installation • Whole house approach to maximise savings and minimise disruption Image courtesy of the Energy Saving Trust

  20. Repayment • Repayment over a period of up to 25 years • Payments through electricity bill • ‘Golden rule’: new fuel bill plus Green Deal repayment will be less than old fuel bill • Repayment obligation passes to new owner when house sold

  21. The Energy Company Obligation • Requirement for energy companies to support energy efficiency investment • Subsidies for low income and vulnerable households • Subsidies for less cost effective measures in hard to treat homes (e.g. solid wall insulation)

  22. Consumer protection • Green Deal code and accreditation supports quality advice and installation • Usual guarantees for individual technologies • Continuing protection against disconnection for vulnerable consumers