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Looking for an Energy Assessoror GREEN DEAL Advisor in Rugby, Warwickshire, Coventry, Leicestershire or Northamptonshire?


Thank you for visiting our site. We would hope that it will give you some of the energy information that you require!


We provide a fast and professional service to all the local community for both the sale and rental Energy Performance Certificates (EPC's) and now GREEN DEAL advise reports too.

What is the

Green Deal?

The Green Deal is the new government initiative that is designed to help business and home owners to employ more green technologies in their properties. The idea is simple; install new green technology into your property with no up front costs. You will pay back the costs through your energy bill over a period of time. This is unlike a conventional loan because if you move out of the property the bill stays with the property where the savings are occurring and not with the bill payer.

How the Green Deal will work

1. Approach a GREEN DEAL approved assessor or provider

2. An Advisor will then assess your home

3. A report on your homes performance & potential improvements is then issued

4. The expected savings must then outweigh the cost of the improvements for a loan to be given

5. Then you will see a difference in the energy Bills for your property

6. The GREEN DEAL finance given will then stay with the house until it is paid off

7. If you sell this property the finance will stay & be paid off by the new owners

Green Deal approved assessor

To find an approved Green Deal assessor look for this logo.

You must be approved to be able to display it.

To check the Government approved list click here

Working in Conjuction with CV Energy, Mark Group & 1 Green Place

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A Typical EPC Report Chart

energy performance for rugby and coventry

How Energy Efficient is your Home?

Energy performance certificate green deal losses

These figures assume no insulation and solid brick walls.

Government Legislation has now been in force since the 1st October 2008. This means that all sellers and landlords are required by law to provide an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) for all buildings or parts of buildings when they are sold or rented for marketing.To achieve this you must employ an accredited energy assessor! You CAN NOT carry this process out by yourself.
Assessors can be either domestic (DEA) or Non-Domestic (NDEA) [i.e. Commercial], some are both and must be accredited with one of the government approved schemes utilising the appropriate software.

Those carrying out the construction of a new building will be required to provide an EPC to the owner from the SAP software.

An EPC gives prospective buyers or tenants information on the current and potential energy efficiency and carbon emmissions of that specific building on the day of the inspection. It now also links to the GREENDEAL initiative with 'ticks' to show what potential improvements may be funded by the scheme.

It does not however give you the exact fuel costs to heat, light and cook in the property for all cases! The software assumes certain standard patterns of use in order to provide a comparison!