The role of the Green Deal provider is to offer a Green Deal plan to customers, which enables them to finance work recommended by an accredited adviser and undertaken by an accredited installer.
These functions might be done in-house by the provider, or shared amongst other organisations, but the customer’s contractual relationship is with provider.
The Green Deal Plan sets out the financial terms of the agreement and includes consumer protections, such as warranties, to cover the energy efficiency improvements and installation.
Green Deal Providers must operate to a high standard. Businesses will need to be authorised and abide by certain requirements to operate as a Green Deal Provider.
What are the responsibilities of a Green Deal Provider?
The Green Deal Provider is responsible for:
- Offering a Green Deal Plan to customers, based on recommendations from an accredited assessor.
- The plan sets out the financial terms of the agreement and must also include extra consumer protections such as warranties to cover the measures and installation.
- Arranging for the installation of energy efficiency works, carried out by an authorised installer.
- On going obligations in relation to Green Deal plans, including dealing with customer complaints and providing information when a new bill payer moves in
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