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Green Deal is dead!

Green Deal is dead!

Green Deal is dead. Recently DECC also eliminated the requirement of GDARs from domestic RHI. Now leaves ECO as the only scheme that uses GDAR to recommend a measure. Just like with every premature scheme deaths in the past, we would never come to know the financial...
Why count the carbon?

Why count the carbon?

The next domestic energy efficiency scheme is most likely to use deemed scores instead of SAP/RdSAP for carbon and cost saving calculations. Deemed scores have been used in previous energy efficiency schemes. The method is considerably straightforward and is likely to...

North West England: The Magnet of Energy Efficiency Schemes?

My previous blog analysed the geographic distribution of ECO measures installed up to 2015, which highlighted that highest number of ECO measures are installed in North West England. To understand the trend further I have now looked into CERT and CESP data, and to my...
Geographic Variation in ECO Installations

Geographic Variation in ECO Installations

DECC publishes quarterly statistics of ECO and Green Deal (may it rest in peace). I have used the provisional cumulative figures of ECO installations provided in the September 2015 quarterly update (table 1.11a) to generate a GIS map. Click on the map to see...

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