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Only PAS 2030 accredited contractors can carry out Green Deal & Eco works.
Celtic Rendering Systems have been certified by the BBA against the requirements of PAS 2030 and have agreed to abide by the Green Deal Code of Practice can publicise this to potential customers/partners in relation to those measures for which we have been certified, in preparation for the Green Deal and ECO. Companies and individuals will not be permitted to make any claims to be 'authorised' in relation to the Green Deal.
Green Deal Registration and Authorisation
From 8th August, PAS 2031 accredited certification bodies (like the BBA) will be able to register with the Green Deal Registration and Oversight Body (Gemserv) and in turn start to register the installers they have certified. Once registered, the BBA will issue certified companies/individuals with the Green Deal Quality Mark in accordance with the requirements of the Green Deal Mark Licence (when released).
From 1st October 2012 those installers who have been registered will also be able to make clear they are 'authorised' to install Green Deal and ECO measures. Only authorised installers will be able to carry out work under the Green Deal and ECO.
Process evaluation of the initiative which supported local authorities in their move towards the deployment of low carbon heat networks.
Research investigates how and to what extent HNDU activity has assisted local authorities in their development of heat networks.
More than 7,000 households across England benefit from £25 million worth of government funding to tackle fuel poverty and keep bills low.