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Posted By: chippyclausPosted by Gavin:This sounds fine in principle, but as I understand it (following a meeting specifically to discuss it), the savings aren't based on actual gas consumption levels in the house, but on an RDSAP estimate of what those savings would be on average in an average house with those specifications and occupancy levels.The EPC (energy rating) produced for the property is based on RdSAP, but the Green Deal Advisor will take account of individual usage look at the individua'ls bills, times at home, etc. I wonder at what meeting you picked up the info you refered to. I am in the process of getting my domestic energy assessor paper and will be starting the Green Deal advisor course later this month.I do agree with everybody on the business of the high interest rate, it really limits the ability of the Green Deal.
Posted By: tonySuppose a household was sold Green Deal measures at apparently no cost, then the cost of their energy bills has to go up to repay it BUT they already cant afford heating so the savings are not realised
Posted By: tonyThat just killed it stone dead, well found!!
Posted By: tonyI have been thinking about the implications of the Green Deal for those already in energy poverty.
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