Rateavon Ltd is an approved Green Deal installer (Certification ID: BBAI8691), any contractor wishing to carry out work funded by Green Deal, the Green Deal Home Improvement Fund (GDHIF) incentive scheme or ECO must be an approved installer.
Rateavon was able to become an authorised Green Deal installer as:
- We are certified by a Certification Body (BBA) as meeting the Publicly Available Specification (PAS) 2030.
- We comply with the Green Deal Code of Practice
- We keep clear records of work done and allow monitoring of installation work
Rateavon Ltd is currently PAS 2030 certified to install external wall insulation (EWI) systems and roof insulation. We have been certified by BBA since June 2013 and they ensure our compliance by carrying out regular site and office audits.
In July 2015, DECC confirmed that there will be no further funding to the Green Deal Finance Company nor any future funding releases under the Green Deal Home Improvement Fund (GDHIF). The decision will have no impact on existing Green Deal Finance Plans or existing GDHIF applications and vouchers. Lord Bourne, the parliamentary under-secretary of state for climate change, has announced in January 2016 that plans to implement a new domestic energy efficiency scheme to fill the gap since Green Deal was axed, will be delayed until 2017. Rateavon will keep updating this page with any further development. For more information about Green Deal & the Green Deal Home Improvement Fund incentive scheme, please follow this link
The Energy Company Obligation (ECO) was introduced in January 2013 to reduce the UK’s energy consumption and support people living in or at risk of fuel poverty. For EWI and roof insulation, generally this funding is allocated to housing associations and local authorities by energy companies (directly or via Green Deal Providers).