Green Deal for non-domestic buildings will not launch at the same time as it is introduced to households, according to Greenwise.

Ministers had planned to introduce the Green Deal to both households and businesses in October, but the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) is now looking at a phased introduction of the Government’s flagship energy efficiency programme.

A spokesperson for DECC told GreenWise the Green Deal for business was being delayed due to the complexity of the non-domestic market.

"It’s really complex and we want to get it right," she said.

But she said the non-domestic Green Deal introduction would follow closely behind the household launch.

"We are looking at when to launch the business side of the Green Deal. We don’t know when that will be yet, but the business launch will not be far apart from the domestic," she added.

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" /> Green Deal for non-domestic buildings will not launch at the same time as it is introduced to households, according to Greenwise.

Ministers had planned to introduce the Green Deal to both households and businesses in October, but the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) is now looking at a phased introduction of the Government’s flagship energy efficiency programme.

A spokesperson for DECC told GreenWise the Green Deal for business was being delayed due to the complexity of the non-domestic market.

"It’s really complex and we want to get it right," she said.

But she said the non-domestic Green Deal introduction would follow closely behind the household launch.

"We are looking at when to launch the business side of the Green Deal. We don’t know when that will be yet, but the business launch will not be far apart from the domestic," she added.

 http://www.workplacelaw.net/content/40981

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Green Deal

Posted on 23 April 2012.

Green Deal

The Green Deal for non-domestic buildings will not launch at the same time as it is introduced to households, according to Greenwise.

Ministers had planned to introduce the Green Deal to both households and businesses in October, but the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) is now looking at a phased introduction of the Government’s flagship energy efficiency programme.

A spokesperson for DECC told GreenWise the Green Deal for business was being delayed due to the complexity of the non-domestic market.

"It’s really complex and we want to get it right," she said.

But she said the non-domestic Green Deal introduction would follow closely behind the household launch.

"We are looking at when to launch the business side of the Green Deal. We don’t know when that will be yet, but the business launch will not be far apart from the domestic," she added.

 http://www.workplacelaw.net/content/40981