Get your business authorised to provide services to Green Deal customers if you install, manufacture or give advice about energy-saving products or improvements.
Your business can be authorised to operate as:
- an assessor – this means you can visit Green Deal customers to assess their properties and make recommendations for improvements
- an installer – this means you can install improvements for Green Deal customers
- a provider – this means you can provide Green Deal customers with finance and arranging installation through an authorised installer
You don’t need to be authorised if you manufacture and sell energy-saving products, but your products must meet certain standards.
Read the guidance for more information and to find out what improvements qualify for the Green Deal.
How to apply
Contact a certification body to find out how you can become a Green Deal assessor or installer.
There’s a different process to become a provider and you must take a ‘fitness test’ before you can get authorised.
If youÂre a Green Deal provider or a charity and you want to get involved in the Green Deal Cashback Scheme, youÂll need to register.
How your business can become an authorised Green Deal provider – advising, installing and manufacturing energy-saving products in properties