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The first 22 organisations to have signed up to the Green Deal have been announced by the Department of Energy and Climate Change . The organisations, which vary in size and stature from household names like British Gas and E.On to smaller community groups, have all signed the ‘memorandum of understanding’.
The scheme, which is officially launched in October, revolves around the Golden Rule; that savings made from the improvements should always be more than the cost of the improvements.
Ministers had hoped that some large retail stores would back the Green Deal, investors like Tesco and Marks & Spencer are absent from the initial list – as are three of the ‘Big Six’ energy providers. Gentoo Group is however the first registered provider to sign up.
The full list of organisations who have committed to the Green Deal are: Ampere GDP, Anglian Home Improvements, BritishEco, British Gas, CarbonLow Group, Carillion, Empower Community, Enact, E.On, Gentoo Group, Grafton Group, Insta Group, Keepmoat, Kingfisher, Mark Group, ReEnergise Finance, SIG plc, SSE, Stroma, Toriga Energy, Wilmott Dixon Energy Services, Yorkshire Energy Services.
Posted on 11.04.12
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