Opportunties exist to make money from the Green Deal

Fisher, Steve
August 2012
Heating & Ventilating Review;Aug2012, p31
Trade Publication
The article discusses the role of the Green Deal Advisor (GDA) and the necessary steps to become one. GDAs are reportedly tasked with assessing properties and making suggestions for improvements made under the Green Deal scheme. The article states that a GDA identifies and promotes how individual property owners can reduce their energy usage through building alterations like renewable energy technology installation, and changes in behavior that do not accord with green practice.


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